The distinctive Worldport terminal at New York's JFK Airport is earmarked for demolition. It was orignally known as the Pan Am terminal, and with its flying saucer shape, has appeared in a number of films, including Live and Let Die. Its impending demise has upset many, who see it as an important relic of the air travel's glamorous heydey, and a campaign group is fighting to have it saved. Here we present some more of the world's most eye-catching airport terminals.
1966, July, Ray LeDour posing by a Pan Am 727-100 aircraft in Moscow. Ray and the crew were in Moscow as part of an advance team preparing for regular Pan Am service to the Russian City that would start in July of 1968.