Fri, January 23, 2009
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Restaurant or A380 flight? As you imagine

2009-01-23 09:36:14 GMT2009-01-23 17:36:14 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

Customers sit inside the A380 In-flight Kitchen, a restaurant named after the giant Airbus airliner, in Taipei January 22, 2009. (Agencies)

A waitress dressed as a flight attendant serves customers inside the A380 In-flight Kitchen, a restaurant named after the giant Airbus airliner, in Taipei January 22, 2009. (Agencies)

Service staff dressed as flight attendants pose for a photograph inside the A380 In-flight Kitchen, a restaurant named after the giant Airbus airliner, in Taipei January 22, 2009. (Agencies)

A waitress serves a meal inside the A380 In-flight Kitchen, a restaurant named after the giant Airbus airliner, in Taipei January 22, 2009. (Agencies)

Customers dine inside the A380 In-flight Kitchen, a restaurant named after the giant Airbus airliner, in Taipei January 22, 2009. (Agencies)

Imagine a flight without security checks, turbulence or even ticketing. More importantly, there's more than just fish or chicken for dinner. An entrepreneur in Taipei has run exactly this service since November, packing in the passengers, as a restaurant that looks and almost functions like an airliner but sells a full menu's worth of high-end Western food, sometimes in plastic trays.

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