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With Travel Restrictions, ‘Plane Cafes’ In Thailand Seems To Be An Instant Hit Among The Masses

Check out these plane cafes, trying their best to recreate a travel experience with fine dining.

Amid the unprecedented circumstances, that has halted people’s travel plans, a few airplanes in Thailand have been recreated into cafes to tune into the experiences of air travel while offering a fine dining affair to customers. Aboard the ‘plane cafes’, passengers can order food of their preferences and even take a survey of the cockpit. They are also handed with boarding passes to resemble the actual flying experience and this entire arrangement has become an instant hit among the masses, as per reports

According to AFP, at least two of these cafes are already fully functional in Thailand. While one is a retired commercial flight set up in the coastal city of Pattaya, the other one is stationed at the headquarters of the national carrier, Thai Airways, in Bangkok.

While Thailand was the first country to report a COVID case outside of China, it has since registered a low count with 3,400+ cases seeing 3,312 recoveries and 58 deaths, as per Google’s Coronavirus Alert Statistics.

Interestingly, India also has an airplane eatery service named ‘Runway1‘ which uses an Airbus A320. The converted airplane makes for an unusual dining room with a menu comprising multi-cuisine classic offerings including North Indian, continental, and Chinese food.

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