SKY HIGH

Saucy Stewardess Pam Ann Lands Fab City-Guide App on iPhone

 

Pan Am might be on ABC but Pam Ann—the hilariously ribald flight attendant who’s slain audiences from Boston to Barcelona and counts Cher, Elton John and Madonna as fans—is on the iPhone.

The camp air hostess (a.k.a. Aussie comedian Caroline Reid) has taken her act to the wireless world with an iPhone travel app called The Pam Ann City Guides. Developed in conjunction with Spafax Interactive, the apps “whisk travelers off the beaten path and into the hidden enclaves of the trendsetting ultra fab,” with details on  hot restaurants, clubs and shop—all delivered with Pam’s trademark sass. “I am just the first step in gaying up the iPhone,” said Pam. “Now that the gays are in charge at Apple, its all systems homo. First, we’re glamourizing travel. Next, we will introduce mobile technology that lasers off unwanted body hair.”

The first three guides cover London, Sydney and New York, with other planned destinations—including Germany, Turkey and Tel Aviv—rolling out soon. The app also includes original Pam Ann content like photos, videos and comedy sketches featuring the delightful characters that make up Pam Ann’s Global Alliance. There’s even a section on airplane etiquette where Pam Ann offers sage advice like: “The golden rule of air travel for coach passengers is to shut up and speak only when spoken to and never ever make eye contact with the crew.”

Talk about the friendly skies.

Image via Pam Ann

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8 Comments

  • Mark

    The rule about coach passengers, unfortunately it’s true.

  • milhouse

    meh

  • Songstar

    @Mark: @Mark: @Mark: Not just limited to coach~!!

  • hudson

    @ No. 1 · Mark: what is the rule about coach?

  • hudson

    @No. 1 · Mark- oops, should have read to the last sentence.

  • Jeke

    my phone zapping off my unwanted body hair? now i’m really excited about iPhone 5!

  • iDavid

    Yawn

  • Robert in NYC

    This is a bit like the British series, “Milehigh” that aired four or five years ago, probably based on it.

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