Ghaziabad. If you feel like sitting inside an airplane flight and have lunch or dears with family but you do not want to travel. You can enjoy it with family inside the plane without taking a flight ticket. Airbus restaurant is being built in the old Air India aircraft in Ghaziabad on Delhi-Meerut Expressway. While having lunch and dinner sitting on it, you will get a flight-like feeling.
NHAI Project Director Arvind Kumar said that here about 4.32 hectares of land has been given on lease to a private company. It will have 2.3 hectares on the left and 2.25 hectares on the right. Where many facilities including hotels, petrol, CNG pumps, shopping complexes, electric charging stations will be available. So that people do not have trouble while traveling on the expressway.
This Airbus restaurant is being built on the Delhi-Meerut Expressway near Didwali village, about 8 km from Dasna. Ajay Bansal of the leasing company said that many types of facilities will be available here but the beginning has been made with Airbus restaurant. For this, Air India’s scrapped 737 aircraft has been bought and installed here. A restaurant is being built inside it. Inside it, about 100 people can sit and eat together. The kitchen for the restaurant will be made outside the aircraft, only food will be served inside the aircraft. Soon this restaurant will start today. This restaurant will be completely vegetarian. Apart from Indian, continental food will also be available in this.
NHAI Project Director Arvind Kumar will build petrol, CNG pumps and electric charging stations on both sides here. Electric charging station will be operational by May. Apart from this, efforts will be made to start other pumps soon.