Pan American World Airways has grounded most of its Airbus A300s and suspended its transcontinental flights in a major shift in strategy. The company, which began flight operations 14 months ago, has decided to concentrate primarily on flights between the Northeast and South Florida and the Caribbean, building on the market penetration Pan Am felt it had made and the narrow-body fleet of recently acquired Carnival Air Lines. ``The marketing strategy remains the same. The ...
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