Singapore: The Singapore Airlines have turned its Jumbo A380 aircraft into a pop-up restaurant to cope-up with the crumbling situation caused by COVID-19.
The airlines serve tarmac meals which have been proved to be a huge hit among people. It is reported that hundreds of passengers have paid money at the amount of a budget ticket just to dine inside the plane.
Hundreds of passengers have bought food from the Airline Jumbo A380 for as much as S$642 ($470).
The 900 seats of the airline were opened up for lunch on October 24 and October 25 were sold out within half-an-hour of bookings after its opening on Monday.
Due to huge demand, Singapore Airlines announced that it will also remain open for an additional two days. They will also serve dinner and lunch on all four days.
According to reports, it most expensive option is a four-course meal in a first-class suite. Also, the cheapest option costs S$53 and also offers a three-course meal in economy class.
The seats in the airline are priced at S$321, whereas the premium economy class costs S$96.30. The customers can also pay with frequent flyer miles.
Also, half of the seats will be kept vacant for the maintenance of social distancing and to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease.
Singapore Airlines has also said that they will also offer home deliveries of the plane meals. However, it has recently stopped its plans for ‘flights to nowhere’ that offered journey which began and ended at the same airport.