Atlanta’s Hardsfield-Jackson International Airport is now offering (a fictional picture of) flights to Wakanda, according to Hollywood Reporter.
Wakanda on Social Media
Following Black Panther’s record-breaking opening weekend, the airport’s official twitter shared an image from one of their gates with a flight boarding for T’Challa’s homeland. I guess that’s how he gets to Avengers meetings?
[easy-tweet tweet=”Following Black Panther’s record-breaking opening weekend, the airport’s official twitter shared an image from one of their gates with a flight boarding for T’Challa’s homeland. I guess that’s how he gets to Avengers meetings?” user=”Jenisaur”]
— Atlanta Airport (@ATLairport) February 19, 2018
Do you think they’ll offer return flights, too?
Travel to Wakanda with The Black Panther
The Atlanta airport frequently hosts superheroes and their travel essentials. Marvel has filmed many of their films in Atlanta and other locations around Georgia. The list includes Captain America: Civil War, where T’Challa made his film debut as The Black Panther. Booking a ticket is as easy as tweeting at the ATL Airport account. Atlanta citizens do not need a visa to travel to Wakanda. The welcoming committee greets all travelers with a flower necklace made of The Heart Shaped Herb.
We’ve gotta have some music on the in-flight entertainment too. Now streaming: Killmonger Me Softly, T’Challa Back Girl, M’Baku That Thang Up, Straight Outta Wakanda, N’Jadaka Said Knock You Out.
— Atlanta Airport (@ATLairport) February 20, 2018
Black Panther has both set and broken many records since its US release last week. Ryan Coogler directed the film, which earned $242 million over the weekend—the biggest opening in history for an African-American director. Black Panther’s opening numbers came in second for highest revenue in its first four days. The only film that has it beat is The Force Awakens, with $288.l million. The film is also the highest ranked Marvel film on Rotten Tomatoes with a 96% fresh rating as of publication of this article.
Black Panther is based on the Marvel Comics property of the same name. The film stars Chadwick Boseman (T’Challa/Black Panther), Michael B. Jordan (Erik Killmonger), Letitia Wright (Shuri), Lupita Nyong’o (Nakia), and Danai Gurira (Okoye). The cast also includes Martin Freeman (Agent Ross), Andy Serkis (Ulysses Klaue), Daniel Kaluuya (W’Kabi), Winston Duke (M’Baku), Forest Whitaker (Zuri) and Angela Bassett (Queen Ramonda). Black Panther is directed and written by Ryan Coogler, with additional writing by Joe Robert Cole.