Plane Squeezes Under Overpasses in India

Amateur footage of an out-of-service Air India aircraft went viral after it was filmed squeezing narrowly under multiple overpasses in New Delhi, as it was transported Sunday night.

The aircraft was purchased at auction by a Sonipat-based restauranteur who has started a chain of airplane themed restaurants called Runway 1.

Kshitiz Kakkar, the owner, said he was surprised after the video of the disassembled Airbus A320 went viral around the world.

Kakkar says he transforms defunct aircrafts into fine-dining restaurants where patrons can come experience dining on an airplane, without the hefty ticket fees.

(AP)

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