Escape from Havana: A Secret Flight to Freedom, an original documentary on Operation Pedro Pan, which I wrote about earlier. Under Pedro Pan, between a little over children, were airlifted out of Cuba and sent to the US to "save" them from communism.
Remember when we were served meals on airplanes? Now, unless you fly class, you only get peanuts or pretzels and a can of soda or bottle of water. Remembering back on the food prep, I think I'll be happy with the pretzels!
Pan Am IGS Class 2, 1970 - Pan Am operated a Berlin crew base of mainly German flight attendants and American pilots to staff its IGS flights. The German National flight attendants were later taken over by Lufthansa when it acquired Pan Am's Berlin route authorities.
Pan Am stewardess, designed by Edith Head. A distinctively classy look. Truly the glory days of commercial aviation. (I actually worked on this aircraft years later, before Pan-am went out of business)