Press


Please direct media inquiries to:

Rob Shalhoub, Media Relations
p. +1.818.890.0444
e. press [at] panamexperience [dot] com

Recent press coverage of The Pan Am Experience:

September 19, 2014

CNET — Pan Am Experience immerses you in 1970s airline glory days

By Amanda Kooser September 19, 2014 Original Story Break out your avocado-colored bell bottoms. For a $300 ticket you can experience Pan Am first-class with cocktails, dining and hat-wearing stewardesses. You have an opportunity to spend $300 on a ticket for an airplane that never takes off. What you’re paying for is time travel back to the go-go days of Pan American World Airways in the 1970s. The airline famously went bust in 1991, but not before setting the standard for polyester-era travel luxury. Your Pan Am Experience starts with a smile. Air Hollywood Air Hollywood, an aviation-themed film studio, is now offering the Pan Am Experience, an immersive jaunt back to a world where orange was a fashionable color […]
September 19, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE — Dinner aboard a 70’s-era 747

By Chris McGinnis September 19, 2014 Original Story An exact replica (including the spiral staircase!) of a Pan Am Boeing 747 in Los Angeles is the setting for the new “Pan Am Experience” a four-hour affair that includes a four-course meal served from trolleys by “stewardesses” in vintage uniforms. But it’s not cheap. A step back in time to the so-called golden age of travel costs $297 in first class, $197 in Clipper class. Reservations are required and “passengers” have to dress up! “Guests are expected to dress the part, and and dress nicely, just like passengers did in the 1970s. We won’t require a coat and tie, but we will discourage jeans, sneakers, shorts or sandals. Our goal is […]
September 19, 2014

TRAVEL SKILLS — Have dinner in a 70’s-era Pan Am 747

By Chris McGinnis September 19, 2014 Original Story An exact replica (including the spiral staircase!) of a Pan Am Boeing 747 in Los Angeles is the setting for the new “Pan Am Experience” a four-hour affair that includes a four-course meal served from trolleys by “stewardesses” in vintage uniforms. But it’s not cheap. A step back in time to the so-called golden age of travel costs $297 in first class, $197 in Clipper class. Reservations are required and “passengers” have to dress up! “Guests are expected to dress the part, and and dress nicely, just like passengers did in the 1970s. We won’t require a coat and tie, but we will discourage jeans, sneakers, shorts or sandals. Our goal is […]
September 19, 2014

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES — The Pan Am Experience Invites You To Step Back In Time

By Ismat Sarah Mangla September 19, 2014 Original Story Air travel wasn’t always the harrying, knee-defending, fee-collecting experience it is today. In its fabled heyday, flying was filled with glamour: Food served on real china, plush seats, endless cocktails and smartly dressed travelers were the norm. And Pan American World Airways, which collapsed in 1991, was the epitome of that luxury in the sky. Now, a company in Los Angeles wants to take you back in time so you can see for yourself. The Pan Am Experience offers monthly dinner parties aboard a replica Boeing 747 styled like a Pan Am Jumbo Jet from the 1970s. The events are offered by Air Hollywood, a film studio that provides mock airplane […]
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