A New Delhi-based hospitality company has transformed a junk Airbus 320 into a swanky restaurant in Ludhiana to offer its customers a unique dining experience. The former Air India aircraft has been fittingly named Hawai Adda which literally means ‘airport’ in Hindi.
The restaurant which took more than a year to construct opened to the public last month. The 72-seater Hawai Adda serves pure vegetarian food and has a café, a bakery, and even a kitty hall that has room for up to 40 people.
Except for the furniture all the original features of the aeroplane have been retained, according to a report in Mashable.