LOS ANGELES (AP) - For $349, your dog can learn to fly.
Security checks and bumpy air are all in a day's training at a Hollywood film studio to prepare your dog for a safe and calm flight.
The Air Hollywood class is billed as the first in a real fuselage on a sound stage with a simulator that mimics takeoff, turbulence and landing. Hollywood extras create crowds and chaos that come with terminals, luggage carts and the blare announcing arrivals, delays and departures.
The idea was the brainchild of Talaat Captan, president and CEO of Air Hollywood, the world's largest aviation-themed film studio, who noticed a dog owner having a rough go getting a pooch through airport security.
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The Associated Press