JUNE 13, 2015 Never had the chance to fly Pan Am? Well, for $297 you can get a ride in their first class cabin… sort of. Here’s how it’s described: From its birth in 1927, Pan American Airways was the pioneer airline whose routes spanned 6 continents and more than 80 countries. Almost a century later, the name Pan Am is still a very powerful brand, and inside this Southern California motion picture studio sits an exact replica of the airline’s Boeing 747 and everything that made it so special.Your Pan Am experience starts on the main deck with a cocktail and beverage service in the First Class cabin.
June 8, 2015 Amerikansk firma har genoplivet flyvningerne med Pan Am i et studie i Los Angeles. Der var engang, hvor flyrejser var ligmed noget eksklusivt, dekadent og luksuriøst, og langt fra alle forundt.Hvor maden blev serveret på tungt, klirrende porcelæn, hvor der varcocktails i lind strøm, hvor man måtte ryge på flyet, og hvor man blevopvartet af stewardesser med korte nederdele og jakker og hatte påsned. Sådan er i hvert fald historik kenomkring flyvningen med det ikoniske amerikanske flyselskab Pan Am, der mellem stiftelsen i 1927 og kollapset i 1991 var selve billedet på det sorgløse liv i de højere luftlag. REJSER 8. OKT. 2014 KL. 12.37 Kom ud at flyve som i 1970’erne Amerikansk firma har genoplivet […]
06.08.15 The airliner went bust in 1991. That’s not stopping vintage air-travel enthusiasts from booking seats on the Pan Am Experience Pan Am may have collapsed in 1991, but that doesn’t mean vintage air-travel enthusiasts can no longer enjoy what was once the largest air carrier in the country. Air Hollywood’s “Pan Am Experience” offers a simulacrum of the Jet Age—and in a style convincing enough to make their “flights” sell out months in advance. I signed up the minute I heard about these events from a designer friend. I’ve always loved flying, even in its current denatured state, and the thought of experiencing the heyday of jet travel was too good to pass up. After walking the red carpet, […]
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/travel/travel-news/the-pan-am-… 6/8/15 FANCY a blast from the past that involves spending $340 to sit on a movie set and pretend you’re flying in a 1970s Pan Am jet? Then The Pan Am Experience is your dream come true. Set in the Air Hollywood film studio in Los Angeles, this unique dining concept has opened for business aboard a recreated Pan Am 747. In first class, vintage-clad flight attendants serve passengers a four-course meal from trolleys on original Pan Am china. The menu includes a prawn and crabmeat cocktail, chateaubriand and a fruit and cheese trolley for dessert. “Everything from the china to the glassware is authentic with careful attention to the exquisite service delivery of the era and menu offerings […]