Additional Dates Added for Pan Am 747 Flight Experience LAX – LHR

by Adam

Pan American World Airways has announced additional seat availability for their 2015 roundtrips flights from LAX-LHR aboard one of the classic B747-200s!

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Of course, your flight won’t actually be leaving the ground! Instead, it’s a four hour flight re-enactment courtesy of Air Hollywood (inclusive of a four-course meal)! First Class Upper Deck dining room tickets for the flights cost $345, while First Class – Main Deck Cabin tickets are $277. You can buy tickets and check out full details on the flight here.

Your Pan Am Experience begins at our exclusive First & Clipper class check-in desk. where our Pan Am customer service agent provides each passenger with a 70’s style boarding pass, ticket jacket and first class carry-on tags.   You’ll be invited into the Clipper Club where you’ll have an opportunity to peruse the vintage Pan Am memorabilia including authentic uniforms, airline seats, handbags, artwork, and more.  You can mingle with other enthusiasts at the Clipper bar, share stories, and make new friends. Soon thereafter, we’ll board “Clipper Juan T. Trippe”, our dedication to Pan Am ’s first Boeing 747, where you’ll be sprung back in time to the 1970s.

As soon you set foot inside the aircraft, your Stewardesses adorned in original Pan Am uniforms will welcome you onboard with a glass of fine champagne as Frank Sinatra’s soothing voice will transport you back in time. With flute in hand, we encourage you to explore the aircraft – from First Class on the main deck, to Clipper Class aft of the galley, and the Upper Deck dining room. The interiors of each cabin have all been uniquely restored to Pan Am’s original cabin décor and branding elements.

Before we “take off”, the crew will perform an in-flight safety demonstration followed by a brief welcoming message from the flight deck. Soon you will be asked to take your seat as a stewardess sets your table for a truly memorable dining event. Main Deck passengers will sit back in plush Sleeperette seats and relax in a quiet, intimate dining setting while Upper Deck passengers will climb the winding staircase and enjoy a dynamic social atmosphere. Everything from the china to the glassware is authentic with careful attention to the exquisite service delivery of the era and menu offerings of Pan Am.

In classic Pan Am style, you will be served a delightful, gourmet four-course meal, starting with choices like shrimp cocktail or tomato and mozzarella drizzled with a pesto glaze.   For the main course, we offer a choice of Chateaubriand carved from the trolley, or Roasted Chicken with Peppercorn sauce. For vegetarians we offer a pasta entree that is sure to please. Each meal comes with garden fresh vegetables and roasted potatoes.  Our 3rd course is a fine selection of fruit, cheese & biscuits accompanied by port wine, and finally a dessert cart with a large selection of aperitifs. Tea &  coffee completes the meal.

Following dinner, your Pan Am stewardess will offer period specific video selections while you sit back and relax with a cocktail. At the end of your flight, we offer all passengers an optional tour of the various production sets at Air Hollywood, including the original cockpit from cult classic Airplane! as well as sets and props used in major motion pictures such as Bridesmaids, The Wolf of Wall Street, and the hit television show Lost.

For the first time since Pan Am ceased operations, you can now relive the magic of this golden era in travel.  We cordially invite you to personally experience this unique “flying” opportunity in the tradition of Pan Am. To reserve your seat, please select a date from the choices below or contact us for more information.

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raj December 23, 2014 - 4:19 pm

Where can we credit the “miles”?

dick December 23, 2014 - 8:12 pm

Can I get a tour of the flight deck


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