Hub Information Frankfurt am Main International Airport (EDDF)

Frankfurt - Rhein-Main-Airport (IATA: FRA, ICAO: EDDF) was  the main hub of PAA in Europe. Pan Am served may secondary cities in Europe specially in the east bloc from FRA in order to connect to their international flights.

Belgrade, Sarajevo, Warsaw, Prague, Moscow, Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) were only a few served by PAAs 727s. Also Bombay, Delhi, Karachi and Nairobi was served by PAA 747s. On most of the flights, local traffic rights were granted by authorities.

PAA had occupied the whole east-concourse and was the second largest carrier after LH. B40 (now B1) was named Berlin Gate for IGS flights to Berlin. PAA was the only airline in FRA with complete self handling (ramp, cargo and passenger). Maintenance facilities were also available. 

On the south side of FRA, the US AF base was located with its own military terminal. CRAF - Civil Reserve Air Fleet operated by PAA was handled in that terminal.

The AFB was demolished and is now the home of Cargo City South and for the future terminal 3 (opening in 2023).




Top Aircraft Types

# Flights Type
1 1 B727-21
2 1 ATR42-300
3 1 B747-121
4 1 B747-400
5 1 B727-221

Top Pilots by Flights

# Flights Pilot
1 4 Juergen Vollmer
2 1 Rick Corsie

Top Pilots by Flights (month)

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Top Pilots by Hours

# Time Pilot
1 04:15 Juergen Vollmer
2 02:37 Rick Corsie

Top Pilots by Hours (month)

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Top Landings

# V/S A/C Airport Pilot
1 -244 ft/min B721 EDDV Juergen Vollmer
2 -269.9 ft/min B744 LGAV Rick Corsie

Top Landings (month)

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Pilots based in EDDF

Pilot ID Name Rank Flights Hours Status Location
PAH0115 United States Rick Corsie First Officer 1 67.37 warning - Active LGAV
PAH1024 Belgium Juergen Vollmer Chief Pilot Pacific 4 1004.15 warning - Active EDDV
PAA1027 Brazil Felipe Santos Cadet 0 0.00 warning - Retired
PAA1031 Slovenia Mark David Smith Cadet 0 0.00 warning - Retired