A suite meal costs US$474
Singapore Airlines has sold out all seats for its dine-in experience onboard a stationary plane.
Bookings for the Airbus SE A380 jetliner restaurants opened on Monday but sold out within 30 minutes.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, flights have largely been grounded at Singapore’s Changi Airport.
A meal in one of Singapore Airlines’ suites costs S$642 ($474), while seats in business class are going for S$321.
S$96.30 will buy you a premium economy seat and S$53.50 for economy.
Lunch dates for 24 and 25 October have sold out but Singapore Airlines said the offer will be extended for a further two days the following weekend, adding dinner options.
Each A830 can seat 471 people, using half of its seats for dining in line with restaurant guidelines.
Singapore Airlines suffered a record S$1.12 billion ($827 million) net loss in the quarter through June and laid off 20% of its workfroce.