2 weeks Stir-crazy ‘passengers’ gobble up tickets to dine on parked Singapore jets Inquirer |LS
Tarmac meals have become an unlikely hit for coronavirus-battered Singapore Airlines, with hundreds of “passengers” paying the equivalent of a budget ticket just to dine inside grounded A380 jumbos. For a hefty sum of up to Sg$642 ($470), people with a hankering for airline food can have a meal on an A380, the world’s biggest passenger jet. With the aviation industry in deep crisis due to the pandemic, airlines have turned to alternative ways to raise cash, from offering “flights […] The post Stir-crazy ‘passengers’ gobble up tickets to dine on parked Singapore jets appeared first on Inquirer Lifestyle. ... more