There is some nice aviation stuff in this slightly overlong film - TWA terminal, lots of cute hosties, 707 interiors (including one at the end of the film when he's being brought from France to the US much later in the story, in the 70s - a TWA 707). Of course it's mostly Pan Am, but like I said the action also includes TW
One boo-boo, for di Caprio's first jumpseat ride ("can you tell me which seat the jumpseat is, I haven't done this for a while"), it's an MD80 cockpit posing as a 707.
If you want a taste of 1960s aviation, you'll love the film.
fly Saha Air 707s daily from Tehran's downtown Mehrabad to Mashhad, Kish Island and Ahwaz