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ANA 'passengers' savor $540 first-class dining -- on parked plane

Japanese airline offers 'restaurant with wings' as pandemic curbs travel

A first-class seat with a meal costs $540. (Photo courtesy of ANA)

TOKYO -- All Nippon Airways looks to sate the curiosity of those who wish to dine in the first-class cabin, debuting a service that raises revenue even while the planes remain grounded during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Japanese carrier welcomed "passengers" on board for a special dining experience Wednesday, serving meals typically offered on international flights.

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