September 11 2020  |  Airline & Terminal News

Airline fare served to public at Thai Airways HQ

By Jeremy Clark

Thai Airways International which has grounded most of its aircraft, has turned its headquarters cafeteria into an airline-themed restaurant and opened it to the public.

Thailand currently still has a many restrictions on commercial flights, and Thai Airways bankruptcy and restructuring hearing will be decided by the courts on September 14.

Those who crave that airline meal experience can still meet cabin crew who greet them in full uniform as they enter the restaurant. It is decorated with aircraft parts and seats to lend it an authentic feel.

The place has been decked out using spare parts from engines, windows and engine parts including fan blades were are used to furnish the restaurant. For the total geeks, each part has a QR code so visitors can look up information about the parts.

The restaurant is able to serve up to 2,000 meals per day is clearly an attempt to make up revenue lost during the pandemic, and there are plans to turn other Thai Airways offices around the city into similar dining experiences.

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