Chinese Businessman Transforms A Boeing 737 Into A $5 Million Restaurant


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Li Liang unveiled the “Lilly Airways” restaurant in Wuhan, China. The unique restaurant offers an exclusive dining experience inside the cabin area of a Boeing 737.

 

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This Boeing 737 was procured from the Indonesian airline Batavia Air in 2015 for a whopping $5.28 million; however, the custom clearance took six months before the aeroplane could be brought into the country.  The plane was disassembled and reassembled at least eight times on its way to Wuhan.

 

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Another unusual feature offered by the Lilly Airways is a flight simulator in the cockpit for the restaurant patrons. The children are kept entertained by the airplane-themed rides outside the eatery.

 

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In addition to the cost of the aeroplane, the tariff and freight charges took the cost up to $8.2 million. Even excluding the cost of renovation and décor, Lilly Airways is one of the most expensive restaurants in the world.

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