Those wishing to have lunch in the air style bought seats within 30 minutes after the start of registration.
Singapore Changi Airport opened a temporary restaurant called Restaurant A380. The unusual pop-up restaurant offers its guests the opportunity to have lunch or dinner exactly as passengers of the Airbus A380, the world's largest passenger plane, can.
For the pop-up restaurant, the airline uses two of its airliners. Visitors will be able to choose from the cabin class and buy a ticket for a real plane. According to the selected category will be changed, and the menu. Thus, the first class includes a five-course lunch, including cheese and fruit. Each guest at the restaurant will receive memorable souvenirs, and if they come for dinner in a traditional national dress, they will receive additional gifts.
Only half of the seats will be available on the planes, which ensures proper social distance. It will reduce the number of guests who can have dinner on board and make their experience even more comfortable.
The idea for the restaurant is based on a Singapore Airlines statement. The concept was so successful that all seats were booked within half an hour upon open reservation. The airline even decided to add two more seats to meet the high demand for the restaurant. While the restaurant was initially planned to open only on October 24 and 25, it is now possible to have lunch or dinner there on October 31 and November 1.