Air Hollywood

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Air Hollywood is an aviation motion picture studio located in Los Angeles that has produced footage used by hundreds of films and television shows. Air Hollywood was founded in 1998 by Talaat Captan, a veteran of the film industry and aviation enthusiast.[1] Captan was the creator of the first Mobile Airline Set,[2][better source needed] and the Pan Am Experience,[3] a detailed recreation of a 1970s-era Pan Am airplane with full dinner service for guests.[4] Air Hollywood also administers several public programs which use an immersive environment to encourage confidence in flying. These programs include Fearless Flight,[5] Open Sky for Autism,[6] and K9 Flight School.[7]

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  1. ^ "Talaat Captan". imdb.com.
  2. ^ "AutoPlane – Air Hollywood". airhollywood.com.
  3. ^ "Relive Pan Am's glory days — without leaving the ground". usatoday.com.
  4. ^ "Relive the age of airline luxury at the Pan Am Experience". timeout.com.
  5. ^ "Hollywood Jet Gives Fearful Fliers The Courage To Soar". npr.org.
  6. ^ "Open Sky for Autism". reach.services.
  7. ^ VOA News (1 May 2014). "K9 Flight School Trains Dogs for Air Travel" – via YouTube.