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THE FIRST OF MANY RECORDS ...Precious flight documents obtained on a reservation made seven years in advance...probably a new record for "waiting in line". KEYNOTE of the flight, and of Pan American thoughtfulness, was this unique ticket...a beautiful case of gold and sterling silver. [[images: 4 Pan American Airways ticket documents - Aviso, Passenger Contract Ticket and two Flight Coupons]] [[passenger ticket]] PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS SYSTEM & Associated Carriers. PASSENGER CONTRACT TICKET IDENTIFICATION COUPON. Form 5 Mr. ^[[RUSSELL SABOR]] ORIGINAL PLACE OF DEPARTURE ^[[NEW YORK]] ROTRE VIA ^[[AZORES, PORTUGAL]] FINAL DESTINATION ^[[MARSEILLES]] DATE ^[[JUNE 28, 1939]] Issued by PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS COMPANY FIRST TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT [/passenger ticket]] FIRST TRANSAIRLANTIC PASSENGER FLIGHT OF THE PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER "DIXIE" JUNE 28,1939 AN AIRLOG OF AN HISTORIC FLIGHT...by RUSSEL SABOR [[image: photo of Clipper taking off or landing on water]] [[image: graphic of an insignia]] [[caption: The Insignia of a Commairdore]]
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