PAN AM AIR BRIDGE, part of the recently resurrected Pan American Airways, began operating a fleet of five Frakes G-73T Turbo Mallards between south Florida and the Bahamas on 1 March. The airline has taken over the operations of Chalk's International, which started flying in 1919 and claims to be the world's oldest airline. The new Pan American Airways, meanwhile, plans to operate between major US cities with a fleet of Airbus A300s from mid-1996.

Source: Flight International