By The Nation
Sirikorn Phimparat, 33, manager of Airway Land, said the Airbus was being refurbished as a tourist attraction and unique dining option.
Inside, diners will find the atmosphere of air travel faithfully recreated, even down to the waitresses dressed as flight attendants. However, they can expect an upgrade on the quality of airline food.
After “landing” and disembarking from the plane, customers can gallop straight into another fantasy world. Horses raised by the restaurant stand ready to whisk them off into the land of cowboys.
The double-themed attraction is scheduled to open at the end of this year, but customers will buckle in with strict anti-virus safety instructions.