Palestinians visit the interior of a Boeing 707 converted to a cafe restaurant in Wadi Al-Badhan, near the West Bank city of Nablus. Photo: AP
Palestinians visit the interior of a Boeing 707 converted to a cafe restaurant in Wadi Al-Badhan, near the West Bank city of Nablus. Photo: AP
Tourism

In a place with no airport, restaurant in a Boeing 707 is off to a flier before it’s even opened, with visitors paying an entry fee just to see the cabin and cockpit

  • A magnet for selfie takers, wedding photographers and wide-eyed children, an airliner refurbished as a restaurant is already a hit – and it hasn’t begun serving
  • Bought in 1999 by twin brothers who grew up as refugees and converted at a cost of US$620,000, its opening in Nablus, West Bank, will fulfil a long-held dream

Palestinians visit the interior of a Boeing 707 converted to a cafe restaurant in Wadi Al-Badhan, near the West Bank city of Nablus. Photo: AP
Palestinians visit the interior of a Boeing 707 converted to a cafe restaurant in Wadi Al-Badhan, near the West Bank city of Nablus. Photo: AP
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