Air Hollywood: The Pan Am Experience

A Vintage Nerd

Imagine being transported to 1970 and landing aboard flight 747 via Pan Am, old school style? Well, the folks through Air Hollywood you can have a chance to "fly" Pan Am as it was in its glory days.

From January to March 2015 for a pretty good price you can get aboard Pan Am flight 747 and experience it as it was in the 1970's. My husband was lucky to experience Pan Am in the 1970's as both of his parents worked for the airlines. And becuase they worked for Pan Am they were able to travel quite frequently for free or for a low price.

Now you too can have that special retro experience with Pan Am which runs from 6:30pm to 10:30pm. My impression is that you don't literally go into flight but rather enjoy your time aboard. Stewardesses will greet you in authentic 70's uniforms where after your four course meal you will be offered to watch an "inflight" period specific film.

In first class, flight attendants serve passengers a four-course meal from trolleys on vintage Pan Am china. The meal includes a shrimp and lump crab meat cocktail starter, chateaubriand carved seat-side, chicken and a vegetarian pasta. And for dessert, passengers get to choose from a fruit and cheese trolley which rolls through with liquors and coffee to top it off.

Can imagine having an actual real meal on a plane? Goodness, those were indeed the good 'ole days!

The price for the main deck is $267 and for first class it is $327. This experience is only available in California so if you are nearby I say snag this opportunity while you can. 

Pan Am
The Pan Am Experience
Air Hollywood
1970's Pan Am
Pan Am Experience

When I first found out about this I knew this was right up my alley. I really hope they continue to provide such an experience in the future because I would definitely do this.

Have you heard of this experiences? Are you planning on booking you tickets?


  1. This is so funny. I don't mind flying, but I don't know that I'd want to sit on a plane for several hours and not actually go anywhere, even if the plane was decked out full 1970s style. It could be a cool concept for a restaurant or something, though.

  2. Oh this is awesome! But I wonder what made them choose the 70s. I always think of the glory of Pan Am being the 60s, and of course may be more interested in going if it were. Great photos!


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