Countries Once Had Been Destinations of Pan Am or TWA
Enter countries whose one of their airport once had been served by Pan American World Airways or Trans World Airlines, two now-defunct major airlines of the United States.
Capital "O" means that the airline still operated to this country at its closure.
Small "o" means that the airline had closed all routes to this country before its closure.
Asterisk "*" means that original destination country is no longer exist. Both present-day country and original country are accepted. For example, if Pan Am had operated route to Riga, USSR, now in Latvia, both Latvia and Soviet Union are accepted, and answer will be shown as Soviet Union (Latvia).
Only countries in the "Countries of the World" quiz are accepted. Hong Kong and other territories like Guam or Sint Maarten will be consider as parts of sovereign countries.