By Chris Woodyard , USA TODAY
LOS ANGELES — In a most unlikely place, an industrial enclave of warehouses protected by razor wire, the golden age of what was once America’s pre-eminent airline lives again.
For an evening, about two dozen “passengers” will experience the look and feel of Pan American World Airways in its heyday.
They board as first- or business-class fliers in a Pan Am Boeing 747. Only this isn’t a real plane. It’s a mock-up of the 747’s interior painstakingly reconstructed from an aircraft salvaged from a desert boneyard, every detail fastidiously recreated to be exactly as it appeared in the early 1970s.
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