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Gourmet Food Served In A Plane

An Airbus A320 has been converted into a restaurant in northern India. The 180 seater jet takes just 65 guests at a time to make the experience more comfortable for customers. Hawai Adda is the brainchild of a local businessman and his cousin and was launched about a month ago.

Plane Restaurant

Deepak a customer said, "Everything from food to drinks is extremely good. When you're sitting inside the restaurant, it feels like you're in an airplane at the airport. it feels good, it's quite comfortable."

The restaurant only serves vegetarian food and is proving to be popular with locals. The aircraft was once part of the state run Air India fleet.