A380 Airplane Restaurant Lets Diners Eat Lavishly Without Flying

 - May 9, 2012
References: gabellinisheppard & bornrich
The A380 airplane restaurant is fine dining at its best in a lavish A380 airplane.

Customers don't need to go through the hassle of check-ins or pay expensive air fare to get an experience here. Recently opened in Chongqinig, China, this aircraft dining experience replicated the interiors of the A380, which is the world's largest passenger airliner.

The wait staff are highly trained to resemble that of a real airplane staff; there's a total of nine and they talk, act and serve the same way. The restaurant includes carpets, comfortable recliners, cabin lighting and a menu that looks a lot better than the one offered on a real flight. For big spenders, the A380 airplane restaurant offers a pricey corner table for four, which amounts to $1,585.