Parked A380 Airplane Converted Into a Restaurant

As the pandemic stretches on and many airplanes  remain grounded,and people really miss flying or travelling.Now Singapore Airlines is giving passengers another opportunity to create again the air travel experience.For 2-days in October Singapore Airlines is converting one of its grounded Airbus A380 planes into a pop-up restaurant at  Changi airport.

Customers can book seats in all four cabin classes

  1. first, 
  2. business,
  3. premium economy,
  4. and economy—on the airline’s largest jet for the lunchtime  dining experience, which will last up to 03 hours

Each cabin will have its own special menus curated for the two story airplane restaurant. Although exact menus (along with prices) will be unveiled when booking opens on October 12, the carrier says that meal options will include signature international Singapore Airlines dishes, as well as “the best dishes from our Peranakan menu, specially designed by acclaimed Singaporean chef Shermay Lee.” The meal will also include two complimentary alcoholic beverages and unlimited nonalcoholic drinks.

A380 double decker won’t be leaving the ground, it’s still a great chance to experience one of the top airlines, Additionally, customers can book a behind-the-scenes tour of the A380, which is about 15 minutes long . Tours take place before lunch and are open to a limited number of guests who book them on a first-come, first-served basis.

Before they leave, all customers will receive a limited edition gifts to remind the event souvenir. As an added bonus, those who arrive for their reservation in traditional clothing reflecting their heritage—like a sarong kebaya, cheongsam, saree, batik shirt, or kilt, for instance—will receive an additional special gift.

Reservations for the dining experience open on October 12, for lunches on October 24 and 25. Both the dining packages and A380 tours can be purchased starting October 12 on Singapore Airlines’ or on its shopping site, Customers who book in first, business, and premium economy cabins can pre-select their menus, while those in economy can make their meal choices on the day of the restaurant experience.

Author: TECH SINGH Urs


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