China has opened its very first airplane restaurant, where guests can enjoy fine cuisine inside a massive aircraft without ever leaving the ground.
Local media outlets refer to the new business as Lily Airways, and report that Chinese businessman Li Yang spent 35 million yuan (about $5.2 million) to relocate and convert a retired Boeing 737 aircraft into a restaurant in Wuhan, Hubei province.
Far from the typical packaged nuts available aboard many flights, Lily Airways offers a fine dining menu selection. The wait staff even wear flight attendant attire to make the experience feel more authentic.
Feast your eyes on these extraordinary photos of China’s only winged restaurant.