Never-before-seen images give an insight into China's latest fine-dining restaurant which is located inside a retired Boeing 737.
The airplane restaurant, bought and established by a Chinese tycoon, opened to the public today in Wuhan, central China's Hubei province, reports Huanqiu, an affiliation with the People's Daily Online.
Owner Li Yang told reporters that it cost him 35 million yuan (£3.9 million) to buy and to re-fit the retired jet.
Ambitious Li said his restaurant, which has been named 'Lily Airways', is a Western-style fine-dining space.
The man claimed he had spent 'big money' hiring chefs from abroad to man the kitchen and that the average price is around 200 (£22.50) to 300 yuan (£33.74).
A Boeing 737 plane can typically carry 128 passengers. According to Li, the restaurant can accommodate 70 guests at a time.
He told Sina that a few years ago, he saw an airplane in Sweden that had been turned into a hotel and so came up with the idea of opening a restaurant.