With the coronavirus pandemic forcing the world to an unfortunate slow-down, businesses have had to pivot and find new ways of surviving through uncertain times. Most have turned to e-commerce in order to fulfil the needs of consumers but what about businesses that depend on getting people to travel?
Some airlines have adapted by selling merchandise made from repurposed old life vests and slide rafts. Singapore’s very own Singapore Airlines, however, came up with an ingenious way of getting you up in the sky without ever having to leave the tarmac.
Over two weekends, the iconic A380 double-decker superjumbo - also known as the world’s largest passenger aircraft - became host to diners as it was transformed into Restaurant A380 @ Changi. Like how they would on a real flight, diners were able to pick their choice of cabin class - ranging from Economy all the way to the First Class Suites.