Pan Am Makes Its Final Descent
Pan Am, one of America's most venerable symbols abroad, finally stopped flying on Dec. 4 after years of decline. A last-ditch effort to save the carrier by Delta and the airline's creditors came to naught on Dec. 3 when Delta walked away from the deal, citing a sharp decline in bookings and a steep hike in costs.
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