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Flying 70 style by Pan Am

At the Pan Am Experience at Air Hollywood in Los Angeles, guests can step back in time aboard a replica of the interior of a Pan Am Boeing 747 and experience a first-class dining experience from the glamorous, high-flying glory days of air travel.

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Traveling in a Boeing 747 in the 1970s was pretty damn awesome

vintage black photo of young, glamorous flight attendants hanging out for the camera. The Glamour of Flight, Flight Attendants awesome retro mod-inspired uniforms with miniskirts women's fashion

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Backstage

Upper deck lounge action aboard UAL Boeing 747, 1972.

The upper deck lounge on a United Airlines 747 in ~ so much going on. The tiara, ugly blue carpeting, walnut stained wood accents, ruffled lavender tuxedo shirt, and the "sexy" plaid maxi skirt.

Streetlife Amsterdam 1975 Ed van der Elsken Color Photography

Ed van der Elsken was one of the most influential figures in postwar Dutch photography. He is inextricably linked with Amsterdam , his p.

Presented by Vegetarian? Good luck flying on a Pan Am Trans-Atlantic flight in the sixties. In wanting to provide an A service to its passengers, Pan Am came up with a food service it thought all passengers would drool over: a meat carving for first class meal service. Roast beef was cooked in-flight and carved […]

Sorry, vegetarians! Table-side meat carvings were on the menu on Pan Am Trans-Atlantic flights in the 1960s

Presented by Vegetarian? Good luck flying on a Pan Am Trans-Atlantic flight in the sixties. In wanting to provide an A+ service to its passengers, Pan Am c

(Pt.2) Passengers relaxing on board the zeppelin Hindenburg, May 1937.  Of the 97 people on board (36 passengers and 61 crewmen), there were 35 fatalities (13 passengers and 22 crewmen). One worker on the ground was also killed, raising the final death toll to 36.

Passengers relaxing on board the zeppelin Hindenburg, May Of the 97 people on board passengers and 61 crewmen), there were 35 fatalities passengers and 22 crewmen). One worker on the ground was also killed, raising the final death toll to

Boeing 377 cabin

Passenger cabin of Boeing Believe this a Northwest Orient airplane, it has the square passenger windows. Note the sprial staircase on the right which leads down to the lounge. View is facing aft, with the galley at the rear.

A rare colour photo of dinner aboard the Pan American Boeing B-314 'Clipper' flying boat. Late 1939 to 1943.

Fine Dining Aboard a Boeing Model 314 Clipper in the early

The Fabulous Bars & Restaurants of the Boeing 747: Amazing Vintage Photos Show the Glamorous Airline Lounges in the Sky From the 1970s ~ vintage everyday

The Captain Cook Lounge on the upper deck of an early Qantas 747

On the stoop, Hulme, Manchester, United Kingdom, 1965, photograph by Shirley Baker.

Small children resting on a front stoop in Hulme, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, photograph by Shirley Baker.

The Boeing 747 was introduced in 1970 as a answer to handle the demanding mass tourism boom of the late 1960s. Built by the Boeing Corporation and guided by legendary Juan Trippe of Pan American airways – it allowed almost...

Scandinavian Airlines Boeing 747 - The Viking da década de 1970

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