Pan Am Flight Attendant
The Virtual Pan Am Museum
The thumbnail images on this page may either be viewed individually or in slide show format.
Each image has a date and brief description at the bottom.
To view individual images click on the image and then click on the close icon at the bottom when finished.
You may begin the slide show at any picture by clicking on an image. You must advance the images yourself. To move the slide show forward you may press the "N" key (for next) or mouse over the upper right portion of the image and click on the "next" pop up tab. To move backward you may press the "P" key (for previous) or mouse over the upper left portion of the image and click on the "prev" pop up. You may close the slide show from any image by moving the mouse to the lower right portion of the image and selecting close. Enlarged slide show images are different sizes and in some instances you may need to scroll around to see all of the image.
If you recognized any un-named employees in these images or have an image of your own that you would like to contribute to please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Susanne Malm was hired by Pan Am in 1969. She trained in Miami and was then based in New York. As a junior flight attendant she got a lot of short "turn around" trips to the Caribbean. As her seniority grew so did her route options and Pan Am's world opened up for her.
She has gnerously shared some wonderful pictures of her time with Pan Am. Should you recognize any of the other flight attendants pictured below please let me know (email@example.com) so their names can be added.