Clearing all legal checks Ludhiana gets its first airplane restaurant

Hawaii Adda, the brainchild of a local entrepreneur, was due for take off last year but ran into trouble over getting fire safety no-objection certificates.
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Hawaii Adda, Punjab's first airplane restaurant, has opened business after clearing all legal checks in Ludhiana.

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.

Hawaii Adda, the brainchild of a local entrepreneur, was due for take off last year but ran into trouble over getting fire safety no-objection certificates.

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.

While Hawaii Adda adds novelty to Ludhiana controversy continues to follow it.

One of the reports say that one of the wings of the plane is too close to the highway posing a potential traffic hazard.

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