The Hangar Pilot's Lounge on the upper floor is inspired by the boom of the passenger aviation led by the Pan Am Airlines in 1940-60’s when they introduced the first transatlantic passenger line and employed the first stewardesses on their flights. It’s interesting to know that the first stewardesses working for Pan Am were qualified nurses. The Pan Am aircrafts of the era abounded in luxury and only the super-rich could afford a ticket. That’s why beautiful stewardesses often got acquainted with rich businessmen on Pan Am flights which made the job an aim of countless beautiful young girls. On the upper floor, you can see fascinating historical enamel signs advertising various destinations offered by Pan Am. The centerpiece of the interior is the body of a Clipper aircraft which could land on water for re-fuelling so that it could span such great distances as the Atlantic Ocean. The Pilot’s Lounge is a great place to enjoy original cocktails, coffee or delicious food prepared by our chefs.