Punjab-based Restaurant ‘Hawai Adda’ Is Made Out Of An Airbus A320

Did you ever imagine eating in a restaurant that is inside an airplane? The ludhiana-based entrepreneur has made this a reality. Hawai Adda is the first airplane restaurant officially opened to the public after clearing all the required legal checks in Ludhiana. Hawai Adda is a swanky airplane restaurant made out of a junk Airbus 320 once flying for Air India. The name literally means ‘airport’ in Hindi and the ambiance replicates it. The restaurant, situated in the northern Indian city of Ludhiana, took more than a year to make and opened to the public last month. “We were inspired by the Maharaja Express [a luxurious food and travel experience inside a train in New Delhi] and wanted to create something similar inside a plane,” Parampreet Singh Luthra, director of Hands Hospitality and the brain behind the innovative project.

Punjab based restaurant Hawai Adda is made out of an Airbus A320

Punjab based restaurant Hawai Adda is made out of an Airbus A320

Punjab based restaurant Hawai Adda is made out of an Airbus A320

Punjab based restaurant Hawai Adda is made out of an Airbus A320

Punjab based restaurant Hawai Adda is made out of an Airbus A320

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