The sole mission of the Pan Am Museum Foundation is to develop a Pan Am Museum furthering the legacy of Pan American World Airways and their importance in aviation history.
The Foundation seeks to reunite all former employees and affiliates of Pan American World Airways and those interested in aviation, as well as to serve future generations by promoting an appreciation of all aspects of the aviation industry. Students, teachers, researchers and the community-at-large will find enrichment through the Museum’s educational programs.
The Pan Am Museum will preserve and exhibit Pan Am artifacts commemorating the company's history, contributions to aviation, and the extraordinary people of Pan Am.
The museum will conduct special events and educational programs to further illuminate the impact Pan Am had on aviation, international travel, and the assistance it gave to the U.S. government and global concerns. The Foundation welcomes collaboration with all Pan Am organizations.
BUDGET & PLANS
- Start-up funds needed:
- UPDATE: Over $300,000 have been raised with the support of the Pan Am Family and friends.
- Capital funds needed:
- First Phase of Initial exhibit opened on December 3, 2016 at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Long Island, New York.
- Phase Two of the B-314 exhibit, Clippers Go to War scheduled opened on June 4, 2017 (Click to view Photo Gallery of this event)
- Phase Three, the Stratocruiser exhibit opened in conjunction with the 2017 Gala in celebration of the 90th Anniversary of the founding of Pan Am.
- Phase Four, the Boeing 707 exhibit to open in 2018
- Phase Five, the Boeing 747 exhibit to open in 2019
- Launched Annual Membership program (Click here for details)
- Launched the 707 Club (Click here for details)
The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, incorporated in the State of New York and registered with the New York State Charities Bureau. All donations are tax deductible.