Singapore Airlines A380 Restaurant Dining
Singapore Airlines had to ground most of its fleet due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but they came up with a clever idea to use at least two of their A380 aircraft. Turn them into restaurants of sorts. If you demand nothing but the most luxurious meal, you’ll have to pay a hefty price tag, up to $441 a person. Fortunately, every single available seat was fully booked within half an hour of sales going live earlier today. Read more for a video and additional information.



On the bright side, for those who did manage to book a spot, there were four cabin classes to choose from: economy class ($37 per person), all the way up to first class ($441 each), complete with two alcoholic beverages. Why did these sell out within an hour? Well, it’s not an all-day thing, but rather just a lunchtime event for one weekend in late October. However, you are still able to put your name on a waiting list should anyone cancel. The airline will assign seating to ensure social distancing, while groups are limited to five diners per section.

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With COVID-19 drastically reducing the number of flights operated by the SIA Group, we have created unique activities that would allow us to engage with our fans and customers during this time,” said Chief Executive Goh Choon Phong.