“Fly” with Style at the Pan Am Experience

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As you board, to the left of the “aircraft” entrance is the First Class cabin, featuring a beautiful explosion of vibrant reds and blues. The seats are both royal blue and bright red, accompanying the crimson carpets. The walls contain a vintage display of patterned colors, and there is leg room for days in first class! It may not be modernly sleek, however, it has a powerful amount of vintage Pan Am class and style.


The First Class Cabin (Photo by Mike Kelley)

Up the fun, spiral stairs near the first class cabin, you will find the upper deck. It’s a bright, gorgeous lounge for the most eccentric passengers. The atmosphere of the lounge style up there encourages guests to be more social. And what a great setting for a photo opp!


The Upper Deck (Photo by Mike Kelley)

As your experience begins, Hans, the captain of the aircraft, comes over the intercom and gives an extremely amusing welcome. As you go through the safety display, you can’t help but smile at the puns and jokes made and the very expressive personalities of the stewardesses. Everyone is clearly having a great time, making it easy for you to enjoy the event and have a lighthearted evening.

Then, the stewardesses, in their beautiful light blue and light brown vintage costumes, bring you your drink menu and authentic magazines from the 1970s to enjoy while on flight. For the history buffs, finding the Time Magazine that covers Nixon’s resignation and Ford’s acceptance into the presidency is really a gold mine. And for the fashion buffs, the outfits are to die for! You can be rest assured that the staff will continue to bring you countless drinks from the bar, and the holiday specialties for each holiday season are something you must try.


A Pan Am Stewardess Brings Drinks (Photo by Daniel Sliwa)

Then, the real hit of the night occurs!

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Written by Malorie Mackey
Malorie Mackey is an actress and writer living in Los Angeles, CA. Malorie's first published book entitled "My Playboy Story: Hopping from Richmond to Hollywood" was published in 2017. Since then, Malorie's short story "What Love Has Taught Me" has been published in the anthology "Choices," and she has been writing and blogging about travel and adventure in hopes to publish her next book about travel soon. She believes that everyone should enjoy a little adventure in their lives. Check out www.maloriesadventures.com