Talk:The A-Team (TV Series)

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Identification of 747s

The first is a 123 Series from American Airlines, the second not from Pan Am but United Airlines.Sixcyl 13:17, 7 December 2015 (MST)

PAA and Pan Am

The PanAm's file is shared in two sections:
Pan American Airways Systems for the era 1933/1950.
Pan American World Airways from 1950 until the end of the company in 1991.
Sixcyl 12:18, 12 January 2016 (MST)