Sky-high: Japan airline offers $540 meals on parked planes

Airline food might be one of the last things people are missing during the pandemic, but one Japanese carrier has customers flocking to sample luxury in-flight meals on its parked planes. Foie gras, crabmeat mousse and wagyu beef fillet are all on the menu aboard aircraft belonging to Japan’s All Nippon Airways — for a cool $540. The airline launched its “restaurant with wings” for just a single day on Wednesday, but with demand proving sky-high, they are now planning to expand the offering. The restaurant offered either first class or business class meals usually served on international flig…

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