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After Pan American’s First commercial flight, from Key West to Havana, in 1927, airline and company founder Juan Trippe teamed up with heroic aviator Charles Lindbergh to pioneer routes into the Caribbean and South America. Enlisting early aircraft builders Sikorsky, Martin, and Boeing, Pan Am developed planes that conquered the vast Pacific and Atlantic oceans, breaking down the boundaries that separated peoples and cultures. This book seeks to recount the great friendship between Trippe and Lindberg, the secret wartime mission Franklin Roosevelt made aboard a Pan Am Clipper, and the acts of pilots such as Ed Musick, who flew across Pacific Ocean in 1935. With its logo on everything from tiny single-engine planes to the magnificent 747, Pan-American can be changed the way Americans saw the world and the way the world viewed America.