Singapore Airlines opened a pop-up restaurant on an A380 superjumbo parked at Changi Airport as part of a ‘suite of experiences’ for customers to raise revenue amid the Covid-19 downturn in travel. Photo: EPA-EFE Singapore Airlines opened a pop-up restaurant on an A380 superjumbo parked at Changi Airport as part of a ‘suite of experiences’ for customers to raise revenue amid the Covid-19 downturn in travel. Photo: EPA-EFE
Singapore Airlines opened a pop-up restaurant on an A380 superjumbo parked at Changi Airport as part of a ‘suite of experiences’ for customers to raise revenue amid the Covid-19 downturn in travel. Photo: EPA-EFE

Tickets for Singapore Airlines’ A380 restaurant, ‘cruises to nowhere’ snapped up

  • As the coronavirus pandemic takes its toll on the travel industry, Singapore’s national carrier and cruise companies are looking for ways to earn income
  • A380 restaurant seats sold out in 30 minutes. Genting Cruise Lines had 6,000 bookings and Royal Caribbean International’s bookings rose 500 per cent

Topic |   Singapore
Singapore Airlines opened a pop-up restaurant on an A380 superjumbo parked at Changi Airport as part of a ‘suite of experiences’ for customers to raise revenue amid the Covid-19 downturn in travel. Photo: EPA-EFE Singapore Airlines opened a pop-up restaurant on an A380 superjumbo parked at Changi Airport as part of a ‘suite of experiences’ for customers to raise revenue amid the Covid-19 downturn in travel. Photo: EPA-EFE
Singapore Airlines opened a pop-up restaurant on an A380 superjumbo parked at Changi Airport as part of a ‘suite of experiences’ for customers to raise revenue amid the Covid-19 downturn in travel. Photo: EPA-EFE
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