A place closely connected to the history of West Berlin
Throughout the 1950s, Pan American World Airways remains the undisputed captain of the skies. Its airplanes traverse the entire globe. By the start of the 1960s, the airline has successfully completed more than 100,000 transatlantic flights, in large part thanks to the undying dedication of its well-trained pilots and crew members. Always underway, they are among the first to experience how the world can become a place to call home, and the need for internationally located employee accommodations becomes a pressing matter for the airline to address.