One of the grounded A380 jumbo jet by Singapore airlines is now converted into a pop restaurant that offers home delivery plane food as an initiative to make efforts and re-engage their customers who weren’t able to take a tour because of the pandemic.
A380 is now a Restaurant, Credit goes to Singapore Airlines
The South-east Asian state’s national plane, without any domestic network, battered financially by the curbs on international traveling. They also laid off a fifth portion of their staff.
On Tuesday, the airline stated that it would serve the tour of its flight simulator experience and training center. However, the initial idea is scrapped out to follow the global trend in Asia for the scenic flights concerning the environmental grounds backlash.
The CEO of Singaporean Airlines (SIA) stated that due to the reduction of the flights being operated by the airlines because pf the pandemic, they have developed unique activities to engage the travelers and customers within this period.
The people who would like to opt for the world’s largest passenger aircraft, i.e. the double checker A380, can now opt between a variety of cabin menus and classes crafted by their international chefs. Customers would also be given goodie bags and for their traditional attire, they would get a gift.
The food can be delivered to the customer’s house as well along with guides and welcome gestures and mainly their curated playlist to recreate the SIA onboarding experience, as stated by Singapore Airlines.
Thai Airways converted their cafeteria of its main branch this month into am airline-oriented restaurant, that would be decked out with the complete onboard theme by the staff.
However, this conversion of retired planes isn’t a new concept, yet utilizing active planes for a similar purpose explains the current financial standing of these airlines with traffic being not normal until the year 2024.