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More than 400 people dine on parked Singapore Airlines planes as part of A380 restaurant experience
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More than 400 diners checked in on Saturday (Oct 24) at Changi Airport and went through the usual security checks before having lunch onboard Singapore Airlines jets.
The travel-starved diners ate lunch and watched seat-back films aboard two parked Singapore Airlines jets that were turned into pop-up restaurants on Saturday.
With the aviation industry in deep crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic, airlines have turned to alternative ways to raise cash, from offering "flights to nowhere" to tours of aircraft.
Singapore's flag carrier, which has cut thousands of jobs and grounded nearly all its planes this year, offered passengers the chance to dine on board two A380 superjumbos – the world's biggest passenger jet.

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