DINE ON-BOARD THE WORLD'S LARGEST PASSENGER AIRCRAFT
With COVID19 grounding flights around the world, aviation companies are having to look for alternative methods to keep their business afloat with Singapore Airlines using it's grounded fleet as pop-up restaurants....
The restaurant called A380@Changi will use two converted A380 aircrafts offering diners a choice of international and Singaporean cuisine from a kitchen led by chef Shermay Lee.
The pop-up restaurant offered for just two weekends in October sold out within half an hour of going live with four cabin classes being offered: The cheapest meals are obviously being offered in economy class with prices staring from $37 a head, while the most expensive seats in first class cost $441 each, sittings include two complimentary alcoholic drinks and a free flow of other beverages.
Diners also have the option to book a pre-meal tour that includes areas not usually available to flyers, such as the cockpit.
Customers can even enjoy what the airline calls its "book the chef" experience, in which a chef comes to your house to reheat, plate, and serve the meal. The dining ventures form part of the Discover Your Singapore Airlines program, which sells travel-inspired experiences on the island nation. These include behind-the-scenes guided tours of the airline's training facilities, access to flight simulators, grooming workshops, and wine-tasting courses.
The airline is also offering diners the chance to enjoy a taste of Singapore Airlines with meals delivered to your home. Sia@Home diners can recreate the first-class experience by ordering an all-inclusive meal for two with wine or Champagne, which comes with the tableware usually available on board.