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Pan American Airways at Historic Flight Dates 




Contact Us

10719 Bernie Webber Drive 
Mukilteo, WA 98275 
(425) 348-3200


Upcoming Events

November 5th at 7 p.m. and
November 8th at noon

Pan Am and the Flying Boat Era (1926-46)
Historian Mike Lavelle

December 3rd at 7 p.m. and
December 6th at noon

Pan Am and the First Land-Based Transportation Routes
Historian David Lednicer

January 7th at 7 p.m. and
January 10th at noon

Introducing the Jet Age, The
Boeing 707
Historian Barry Latter



$15 Adult Admission 
$12 Senior/Military (65+) 
$10 Youth (11-17 years old) 
10 and Under Free 
$7 per person Group Tour Rate


Hours of Operation

Historic Flight is open to the public from Tuesday - Sunday, 10-5.
We encourage groups and will open in the evening for private events.
Aircraft mechanical and restoration work continues during public hours.

Introducing Our Winter Series: The History of Pan Am

Select Wednesday Evenings and Saturday Afternoons

Pan Am and the Flying Boat Era (1926-46)
November 5 at 7 p.m. and November 8 at noon
Mike Lavelle will launch HFF’s Fall/Winter seminar series on the people and aircraft of Pan American World Airways with a presentation on one of the most compelling aviation passenger experiences ever, the flying boats. Join a champagne toast for Pan Am alumnae who will be special guests for this kick-off event. For those who cannot attend on the evening of the 5th, HFF will again offer the program on Saturday, the 8th, at noon.
Pan Am and the First Land-Based Routes
December 3 at 7 p.m. and December 6 at noon
David Lednicer will consider Pan Am’s transition from flying boats to land routes, often through partnerships or subsidiaries such as Panagra, Avianca and China National Aviation Corporation. A special segment will address the history of HFF’s DC-3. For those who cannot attend the Wednesday night presentation, David will reprise the entire program on Saturday, the 6th, at noon.
Introducing the Jet Age, The Boeing 707
January 7 at 7 p.m. and January 10 at noon

Barry Latter will extend the Pan Am timeline to the Boeing 707 paying particular attention to the role played by the airline and its people in the long and successful operating history of the type. Members of Pan Am flight crews will tell tales of early days of the jet age. For those of you who cannot attend the Wednesday night presentation, Barry will present the entire program on Saturday, the 10th, at noon.

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