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Singapore Airlines has opened up another weekend of dining onboard its parked aircraft after reservations flew off the shelves yesterday.
Those who missed their chance can make lunch and dinner bookings for Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 in the coming days or join a waitlist today for updates on when booking opens. Meal prices for various seats range from S$53.50 for Economy and S$642 for luxury suites.
“Thank you for your overwhelming support for Restaurant A380 @Changi! We are pleased to announce additional seatings on the following dates to welcome more diners for lunch and dinner,” the airline said online yesterday.
Two A380 aircraft will be deployed for socially distanced dining, accommodating only half of its maximum capacity. Lunch bookings for Oct. 24 and 25 sold out within 30 minutes yesterday, according to the airline.
“We are grateful for the extremely strong support from our customers, and we look forward to welcoming them to Restaurant A380 @Changi,” executive vice president for commercial Lee Lik Hsin said.
The “Restaurant A380 @ Changi” is one of Singapore Airlines’ less environmentally harmful programs that were announced last month after a plan to fly its planes to “nowhere” was rejected. Other programs include guided tours of its aviation training facilities and home delivery of its business class meals priced from S$308, which starts next month.
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