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    Retrojet Surprises

    A journey full of "retro" surprises!

    And we we solved some ...


    The trip to the 1970s starts even before boarding the plane. It’s at the check-in that we challenge you to take your first step back in time.
    From the decorative details to the labels you are given to put on your luggage, everything is as it was in the 70s.
    After checking in, the retro staircase climbing to the plane leads you to a destination with more surprises.

    On board, you will find a bygone elegance as you receive the timeless friendly welcome.

    Yellow, blue and red. These are the colours of the uniforms the crew will be wearing as they greet you, designed at the time by Louis Féraud, a famous haute couture fashion designer who made glamourous outfits for stars the likes of Grace Kelly and Ingrid Bergman.

    The same safety as always, but in the style of the 70s.

    Although safety is never a question of fashion, this time the videos shown on the flights for the safety and wellbeing of the passengers will also have a retro touch.

    The taste of the 70's

    The menu will contain typical dishes served on board at that time, prepared by invited chefs. The meals will be accompanied with typical drinks from the 70s, complete with classic bottles and labels, yet as delicious as ever.
    Economy class
    Beef Loin Portuguese Style or Cod à la Zé do Pipo
    Banana Parfait with Chocolate
    Business Class
    Portuguese Beef Loin with Cured Ham, Puréed Spinach and Potato Or Codfish with Chick Pea Purée
    Banana Parfait with Chocolate

    A retro bag containing the essentials for a journey

    This famous bag will be given to the passengers who travel in business class. As in the 70s, the passengers shall be given a set of pyjamas, cologne, Couto medicinal toothpaste, soap from the time, cream and a pair of socks.

    70s cinema

    It was the decade when the Star Wars saga began, of the now classic Clockwork Orange, the eternal Taxi Driver, the daring Last Tango in Paris and so many other films that marked the silver screen. During the flights, we will also look back on the most important films from this period.

    STAR WARS: Episode IV - A New Hope
    George Lucas
    Annie Hall
    Woody Allen
    John G. Avildsen

    Music from the era

    The Beatles had revolutionised music and Woodstock was a vivid recent memory. ABBA, Elton John and David Bowie played on the radio and the guitars of Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd changed the sound of rock. Hence, the soundtrack of the flights will be a selection of 70s music, which will afterwards be offered to the passengers on a CD.

    • Led Zeppelin
      Stairway to heaven
    • David Bowie
    • Janis Joplin
      Me and Bobby Mcgee
    • Rolling Stones
      Brown Sugar
    • James Brown
      Get up (I feel like being a) Sex Machine
    • Gabriela Schaaf
      Eu só quero
    As the end of this unique experience, all the passengers will receive a participation diploma signed by TAP CEO.