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Pan American World Airways (Pan American Airways up to 1950) was formed in 1927. Known as Pan Am, it was the unofficial flag-carrier of the USA and its largest international airline (until it collapsed in 1991). Initially an airmail and passenger service between Florida and Cuba, it was at the forefront of innovation – initiating the use of jet aircraft, jumbo jets and computerized reservation systems. It also became an icon of the industry, with a distinctive blue globe logo ("The Blue Meatball"), the pilots’ white caps and by using "Clipper" in its names and call signs.

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