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For $345 you can fly back to the 70s on Pan Am

Well, sort of. The pricy ticket actually buys you a seat on the Pan Am Experience, a 4-hour simulated flight on a realistically simulated 747, complete with staff in period uniforms and a luxurious first-class meal...sourced from an actual airline caterer.


It's served at Air Hollywood, an aviation-themed movie studio often used for films requiring authentic airport and plane scenes. Reservations for the current every-other-Saturday series are sold out through July, but new dates will be announced April 17. You can get on the waiting list through the SITE



Photo: AirHollywood


The whole project is the brainchild of Peter Toth, who is a fan and collector of everything Pan Am.

The best part of every trip is realizing that it has upset your expectations

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