Pan-Am’s first tickets were sold out of this very building in 1927. Today, it houses a brewery and restaurant, including the Crash Bar, so named for the Sikorsky sea plane plunging through the ceiling and aluminum wing bar area.
Other Nearby Sites
Anthony's Runway 84
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Museo de la Revolución
First Flight Island Restaurant & Brewery
Pan-Am’s first tickets were sold out of this very building in 1927. Today, it houses a brewery...
Che Guevara Pioneer Palace
Wings Over Miami
Hibiscus Garage at FLL
Great location for 9L departures or 27R arrivals at Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International...
A great location for shooting action on RWY 12 or the 8s at Miami International Airport...
Spotting on the south side of Miami International Airport (MIA/KMIA), with plenty of South...
94th Aero Squadron - Miami
Classic American grill fare, just off the edge of Miami International Airport.