The furnishings, food and “stewardesses” of the Pan Am Experience are all faithfully re-created aboard a repopulated (though nonoperational) 747 jet that was rescued from an airliner graveyard by entrepreneur Anthony Toth. The four-hour “flights” depart twice monthly in Pacoima; they’re sold out until July.
The furnishings, food and “stewardesses” of the Pan Am Experience are all faithfully re-created aboard a repopulated (though nonoperational) 747 jet that was rescued from an airliner graveyard by entrepreneur Anthony Toth. The four-hour “flights” depart twice monthly in Pacoima; they’re sold out until July. Michael Kelley Air Hollywood
The furnishings, food and “stewardesses” of the Pan Am Experience are all faithfully re-created aboard a repopulated (though nonoperational) 747 jet that was rescued from an airliner graveyard by entrepreneur Anthony Toth. The four-hour “flights” depart twice monthly in Pacoima; they’re sold out until July. Michael Kelley Air Hollywood
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March 28, 2015 05:00 PM

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