Collection ASM0226 - Arnold Reiner collection

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ASM0226

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Arnold Reiner collection

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  • 1974-1991 (Creation)

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1 Box

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Biographical history

Starting in 1973, Arnold Reiner worked in various management capacities for Pan Am, and in 1975 joined the Flight Safety Department. He was appointed the director for Flight Safety in the 1980s, and also flew as a pilot, flying primarily the Boeing 727 and the Airbus A310. He later worked for Delta Airlines.

Starting in 1973, Arnold Reiner worked in various management capacities for Pan Am, and in 1975 joined the Flight Safety Department. He was appointed the director for Flight Safety in the 1980s, and also flew as a pilot, flying primarily the Boeing 727 and the Airbus A310. He later worked for Delta Airlines.

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The Arnold Reiner collection contains materials related to flight safety operations for Pan American World Airways. The collection includes issues of Flight Ops, a publication of Pan Am's Flight Safety Department; a copy of Pan Am's accident summary from 1959-1991; a 1974 report relating to Pan Am safety and operational concerns.

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This collection is open for research.

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  • English

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Pan American World Airways, Inc. records

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