The project is a Hong Kong Hospitality company Hands working on the interiors of restaurants.
Passenger liner Airbus A320 in India converted into a vegetarian restaurant known as Hawai Adda. Inside the plane also has a place for bakeries and cafes.
The new facility started operations in Ludhiana in Punjab in North-West of the country. Hawai Adda can accommodate up to 72 people at a time.
The aircraft was previously owned by flagship national carrier Air India. For the conversion of the aircraft took more than a year.
The project is a Hong Kong Hospitality company Hands working on the interiors of restaurants. As stated in the organization, they wanted to preserve as many elements of the original design of the aircraft. To this end, the firm hired engineers and technicians of the airlines.
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