Pan American Passenger Aircraft.

Most of Pan American's fleet aircraft can be found at California Classic. Just click the CaClassic banner. Not only will you find some outstanding aircraft there you will also find some cool scenery as well
FS2004/FSX Lockheed L-749 Constellation Base Kit
Pan American paint job.  FS2004 Pan American Lockheed L-749
FS2004/FSX Lockheed L-749 Constellation Base Kit. Included in this sim package are seven models and five textures. Panel textures by Diego S. Barreto, model and VC by Manfred Jahn, panels, gauges, and animations by Hansjoerg Naegele, flight dynamics by Luis Pallas, wing view angles and exhaust effects by Bill Tyne and Roland Berger, documentation by Volker Boehme, handling research by Stefan Werner, textures by Jaap der Baare and Hans Herrmann

Pan American Ford Trimotor Textures
Pan American World Airways desgination AT-4
The Ford Trimotor (also variously identified as the "Tri-Motor", and nicknamed "The Tin Goose") was an American three engine civil transport aircraft first produced in 1925 by Henry Ford and continued in production until June 7, 1933. Throughout its lifespan a total of 199 aircraft were produced.[1] Although designed for the civil market, the aircraft was also used by the military and was sold all over the world. Unlike his famous Ford Model T cars, trucks and farm tractors, Ford did not make the engines for these aircraft.

FS2004/FSX Pan American DC-6B with updated VC
You must download and install the United DC-6 Base Pack at CalClassic
Pan American paint by Wayne Tudor Aircraft model by Greg Pepper Flight dynamics by FSAviator, All new Virtual Cockpit, by Jens Kristensen. Converted to GMAX and modified by Tom Gibson. Textures by Jens Kristensen,
Pan Am used DC-6B aircraft to inaugurate its first tarns-Atlantic tourist class flights, starting in 1952. Douglas designed four basic variants of the DC-6: the "basic DC-6," and the longer fuselage, higher-gross-weight, longer range versions—the "DC-6A" with large cargo doors forward and aft of the wing on the port (left hand side) with a cargo floor, the "DC-6B" designed for passenger work, had passengers doors only and a lighter floor and the "DC-6C" a "convertible" aircraft built with the 2 cargo doors, but fitted with removable passenger seats. The DC-6B, originally powered by Pratt & Whitney R-2800-CB-16 engines with Hamilton Standard 43E60 constant speed reversing propellers, was regarded as the ultimate piston-engine airliner from the standpoint of ruggedness, reliability, economical operation and handling qualities. The military version, essentially similar to the DC-6A, was the USAF C-118 Liftmaster, and the USN R6D which used the more powerful Pratt & Whitney R-2800-CB-17 engines. The more powerful engine was later used on the commercial DC-6B to accommodate international flights.[citation needed] The USAF and USN renewed their interest in the DC-6 during the Korean War, and ordered a total of 167 C-118/R6D aircraft, some of which later found their way into civilian service. Harry Truman's first presidential aircraft was an Air Force VC-118 called The Independence

Pan Am DC4 by Jens Kristensen
The designation DC-4 was first used by Douglas Aircraft Company when developing a large, four-engine type to complement its very successful DC-3, already in widespread operation. It was intended to fulfill United Airlines' requirement for a long-range passenger airliner. Retrospectively this aircraft became known as the DC-4E (E for experimental). It emerged as a 42-passenger airliner with a fuselage of unusually wide cross-section for its day with two decks and a triple fin tail unit, similar to that later used by Lockheed on its Constellation. The triple fin and double deck were abandoned on subsequent models, and the more common single fin was utilized.
The DC-4E first flew on 7 June 1938, piloted by Benny Howard and was used by United Air Lines for test flights. The type proved to be ahead of its time: it was complicated to maintain and uneconomical to operate. The sponsoring airlines, Eastern and United, decided to ask instead for a smaller and simpler derivative but before the definitive DC-4 could enter service the outbreak of the Second World War meant production was channeled to the United States Army Air Forces and the type was given the military designation C-54 Skymaster. Additional versions used by the US Navy were designated R5D. The first aircraft, a C-54, flew from Clover Field in Santa Monica, California on February 14, 1942.

Pan American World Airways polished aluminum repaint

FS2004 Boeing 377 Stratocruiser
Includes several B377 Stratocruisers: Pan American (three schemes), Transocean Air Lines Stratocruiser, Boeing Airplane Company 2nd prototype colors. Built by Greg Pepper. Flight dynamics by FSAviator. Repainted by Dave McQueen

Pan American FS2004 Def. Douglas DC-3 Repaint
The DC-3 was engineered by a team led by chief engineer Arthur E. Raymond, and first flew on December 17, 1935 (the 32nd anniversary of the Wright Brothers flight at Kitty Hawk). The aircraft was the result of a marathon phone call from American Airlines CEO Cyrus Smith to Donald Douglas requesting the design of an improved successor to the DC-2. The amenities of the DC-3 (including sleeping berths on early "DST" -- Douglas Sleeper Transport -- models and an in-flight kitchen) popularized air travel in the United States. With only three refueling stops, eastbound transcontinental flights across America taking approximately 15 hours became possible. Westbound trips took 17 hours 30 minutes due to typical prevailing headwind's - still a significant improvement over the competing Boeing 247. Before the arrival of the DC-3, such a trip would entail short hops in commuter aircraft, during the day, coupled with train travel overnight.

FS9 Beechcraft D18S Pan American World Airways Livery.
Aircraft by Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas, and André Folkers. Repaint by Kenny Fox.
FS Passenger payload model is included with the repaint download
The Beechcraft D18S for FS2004/FS9 by Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas, and André Folkers for FS2004 Can be downloaded

Pan Am Convair 240
Built and base textures by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson. Panel by Greg Pepper, panel bitmap by Alan Jennings, gauge bitmaps by Alan Jennings and Greg Pepper, gauges by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson. Flight dynamics by Tom Gibson. Beta tested by Steve Mathias (CV-240 pilot), Tom Gibson, Alan Jennings, and Greg Pepper.

The Pan American World Airways repaint of the Convair 240 By Kenny Fox

FS2004/FSX Pan American World Airways Textures.

FS2004/FS2002/FSX United Air Lines CV-340 Base Pack
Pan Am textures only The Convair 340 can be downloaded from
CV-340: built for United Airlines, was basically a CV-240 lengthened to hold an additional four seats. The wings were also enlarged for better performance at higher altitudes. The CV-340 replaced the DC-3 in United service. The airline flew 52 340s for 16 years without a fatality.

Aircraft Model By Jens B. Kristensen.
FSX and FS2004 Boeing 307 Stratoliner. The Boeing 307 was the first pressurized airliner. Because of the war, only 10 were built, initially for Pan American and TWA (and a special version for Howard Hughes). Three versions included here, in Pan Am and TWA colors.