Who'll Get Pan Am? It's Still Up In The Air
Nobody ever said Pan Am would die quietly. After two weeks of offers and counteroffers from various quarters for the bankrupt airline's assets, Pan Am Chairman Thomas Plaskett chose a $310 million bid from Delta plus a cash infusion to keep the carrier running. He then asked the Transportation Dept. for a speedy transfer of Pan Am's European routes and Northeast shuttle.
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