On September 28 starting at 6p, you will have the opportunity to board a Pan Am 747 and dine as it used to be. No, our aircraft won’t fly anywhere, but Anthony Toth has built an incredible replica of a Pan Am 747 east of downtown Los Angeles. If you’re ready to sign up, here’s where you do it. All 28 seats will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Once you pay, click the link post-payment and it’ll bring you back to a form to fill out your details.
Update @ 910a: First Class is sold out, but there are still seats available in Clipper Class
Update @ 10a: The flight is now sold out. The response was great, so we’ll have to do this again some time!
For a little more info on the night…
Fourteen of the seats will be in First Class (above). Those passengers will board and sit in their seats in the nose of the 747 for drinks and socializing. When it comes time for dinner, they will be escorted upstairs to the upper deck dining room (below).
The other fourteen travelers will begin their flight in Clipper Class (below). At the time, Clipper wasn’t much more than a premium economy. But when the First Class passengers go upstairs to dine, you will take their seats and be served your meal up front.
All meals will be the same regardless of the class of service. It turns out there is a conflict that day with true Pan Am stewardesses, so we will have suitable replacements to make it a very memorable night.
If you’d like to join us for a night of fun, you can sign up below. Remember, there are only 28 seats so don’t hesitate! Because of the limited number of seats, each person may only sign up for 1 seat at this event.