Hawaii Adda, the brainchild of a local entrepreneur, was due for takeoff
last year but ran into trouble over getting fire safety no-objection
Hawaii Adda, Punjab's first airplane restaurant, has opened business after
clearing all legal checks in Ludhiana.
According to reports a municipal official said that the officials
thought the airplane would be used for ornamental purpose and were not aware
that it was being converted into a restaurant with seating and kitchen areas.
A scrap airplane has been altered into a swanky restaurant and parked at the
Verka Milk Bar premises on Ferozepur Road.
It comes with a restaurant, a bakery, a kitty hall and a cafe.
While Hawaii Adda adds novelty to Ludhiana, controversy continues to follow
DAILY POST report says that one of the wings of the plane is too close to
the highway posing a potential traffic hazard.
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