All Black Panther fans are completely freaking out as they can now fly to the place they saw in the movie. Yes, you guessed it right, it’s the beautiful ‘Wakanda’. Who thought that one can even travel to this Marvel-created fictional African place. But it’s true as Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is letting their fans fly to Wakanda on Monday. The Airport authority earlier tweeted an image of a boarding gate screen displaying the flight information, ATL1234 which takes you straight to Wakanda, East Africa.
But hold on, according to the airlines there are a few special requirements you need to fulfill to board the flight to Wakanda.
You will need a Wakandan lip tattoo and a ticket which is made up of Vibranium. Now that sounds like the strongest flight ticket ever made! And you might also get a surprise as the complex villain Killmonger, played by Michael B. Jordan could be seated right next to you.
Wakanda is supposed to be the most advanced country on the planet in terms of technology. It is also said that the country is never conquered. It is one of the richest places you can visit and that’s not as everyone in Wakanda pays their taxes but because of the Vibranium. As you know that Vibranium is the strongest and the most expensive material in the world. It is said that it costs around $10,000 per gram. Now that’s expensive do not try and steal it when you go to Wakanda.
It did not take much time for Twitter users and Black Panther fans around the world to book a one-way flight to Wakanda. Fans and the Atlanta airport authorities had a great time thanks to Black Panther and the kingdom of Wakanda.
— Keisha Lance Bottoms (@KeishaBottoms) February 21, 2018
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
— Atlanta Airport (@ATLairport) February 22, 2018
#ATLForever✈️ and we have the fastest Wi-Fi Nation wide 😉
— Atlanta Airport (@ATLairport) February 21, 2018