Route Map 1956
Artist: John Philip (cartography) and Paul John Brown (art)
Dimension: 60" x 34"
Between 1956 and the mid 1960s, Pan Am was the definitive global airline. With the introduction of the Boeing 707 in 1958, many far off destinations became relatively accessible, and Pan Am could easily take you there.
In 1956, Pan Am commissioned and produced this iconic route map on a Mercator Projection. This map was designed by John Philip and Paul John Brown. It was reissued several times through the 1960s in a variety of sizes including 36" x 18", 60" x 34" and 120" x 64".