Wang Lin, 61-year-old Chinese farmer, has successfully managed to build a stunning homemade replica of Boeing 737 airplane shell in Henan Province. Lin led a team of farmworkers to construct the complete structure that measures about 115-feet long with a wingspan of 125-feet. However, he doesn’t want to fly it but instead plans to turn it into a restaurant.
Although Lin never had any schooling, but he began mechanical engineering and metal work in late 2014 just to open airplane-themed restaurant in future. He spent 150,000 yuan (approx. US $22,000) on purchasing the aircraft’s steel material and took nearly one year to transform it into a large Boeing 737 airliner.
The silver airplane shell brilliantly resembles real aircraft and seems to be ready for a flight. This homemade Boeing 737 is a true treat to look at, and hopefully soon will be a fully-functional diner.
Last year, we featured some unusual-themed hotels from around the world. But having food in a totally offbeat environment seems to be equally exciting and refreshing. It will be really amazing to enjoy some airplane food without the hassle of check-ins or paying for expensive air fare. People who love airplane food will surely be delighted to dine here. Sadly, you’ve to wait until it’s interior gets ready for serving the guests.
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