Lufthansa Wants to Bring You Back to the Golden Age of Travel This Weekend
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Calling all AvGeeks: Lufthansa is giving you a chance to “Fly Through Time” and experience the Golden Age of Travel in NYC this weekend.
On Sunday, Oct. 14, Lufthansa is debuting an interactive augmented reality pop-up to celebrate the 60th anniversary of its Senator Service on board the Super Constellation aircraft known as the “Super Connie.” The Super Connie was the first-ever luxury transatlantic flight.
The “Fly Through Time” AR installation will take you back to the 1950s and allow you to virtually dress in vintage Lufthansa uniform and passenger styles. Visitors will also get to experience an interactive model of the 1958 Lufthansa Super Constellation First Class onboard lounge and a vintage-inspired Lufthansa terminal to view the Super Constellation aircraft.
The one-day event is free and open to the public:
When: Sunday, Oct. 14 11am – 5pm
Where: NYC at Duarte Square (6th Ave and Grand St in SoHo)
All images courtesy of Lufthansa.