Juan Trippe

Branson, Richard
December 1998
Time International (South Pacific Edition);12/7/1998, Issue 49, p118
Profiles Juan Trippe. His way of managing Pan American airline; His education and business background; His pacing of the airline's growth; His goal of allowing average people to fly; The route from New York to San Juan, Puerto Rico; Transformation brought by the jet; First 707s; Trippe the co-creator of the 747 with Boeing; Pan Am's collapse. INSET: Giving Airlines Their Wings.


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