Between 1960 and 1971 Pan-am operated a total of 20 Douglas DC-8s: 19 DC-8-32 and a single DC-8-62.
N811PA was delivered to the airline in late august 1960, named Jet Clipper Pacific Trader, and flew with Pan-Am until october 1968 when it was sold to United Airlines. During the next 17 years the airframe changed ownership another six times before being scrapped in 1985.
N1803 had been originally delivered new to Braniff Airways in 1967. Pan-Am leased the aircraft between 1970 and 1971 before returning it to its owner. The plane kept flying with Braniff until its bankrupcy and was then purchased by Hawaiian Airlines in 1983, which kept it in serice for only two years however. Converted into a freighter the airframe went to Arrow Air which then leased it to Cargosur. Returned to Arrow Air, the plane was ultimately retired sometime after 1993.
With this last entry all jet-aircraft types operated by Pan-Am are now featured on the board.