Pacific Express BAC One-Eleven in 1982
|Fleet size||See Fleet below|
|Destinations||See Destinations below|
|Headquarters||Chico, California, United States|
Pacific Express was an all-jet airline that existed from about 1982 to 1984 and was based in Chico, California. The airline later marketed itself as Pan Am Pacific Express  thus reflecting a marketing agreement between Pan American World Airways (Pan Am) and the carrier for connecting passenger traffic feed at the Los Angeles and San Francisco airports. At one point, Pacific Express served 22 destinations in the western United States. It was a subsidiary of WestAir Jet Inc.
Pacific Express initially operated a fleet of seven British Aircraft Corporation BAC One-Eleven twinjets. The airline then began operating Boeing 737-200 aircraft as well. Pacific Express had six new British Aerospace BAe 146-200 jetliners on order from the manufacturer but never took delivery of these aircraft due to financial challenges which resulted in the airline ceasing all operations. Some of these BAe 146 jets were then purchased by Pacific Southwest Airlines (PSA).
Destination information is taken from the Pacific Express system timetable dated December 1, 1983. 
- Bakersfield, California (BFL)
- Boise, Idaho (BOI)
- Chico, California (CIC) - Headquarters
- Fresno, California (FAT)
- Klamath Falls, Oregon (LMT)
- Las Vegas, Nevada (LAS)
- Los Angeles, California (LAX)
- Medford, Oregon (MFR)
- Modesto, California (MOD)
- Monterey, California (MRY)
- Oakland, California (OAK)
- Palm Springs, California (PSP)
- Portland, Oregon (PDX)
- Redding, California (RDD)
- Redmond/Bend, Oregon (RDM)
- Reno, Nevada (RNO)
- Sacramento, California (SMF)
- San Francisco, California (SFO)
- San Jose, California (SJC)
- Santa Barbara, California (SBA)
- Spokane, Washington (GEG)
- Stockton, California (SCK)
Ordered but not delivered or operated by Pacific Express:
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Pacific Express (United States).|
- Official Airline Guide (OAG)
- "Pacific Express". Airtimes.com. Retrieved 2013-10-17.
- http://www.departedflights.com, Feb. 1, 1984 Pacific Express timetable, "Pan Am Pacific Express"
- "Pacific Poster - poster". Airtimes.com. Retrieved 2013-10-17.
- Endres, Gunter G (1982). World Airline Fleets 1983. Feltham: The Aviation Data Centre. p. 328. ISBN 0946141029.
- "Pacific Express Timetable Image Gallery". Airtimes.com. 2002-04-26. Retrieved 2013-10-17.