Turkish company transports two aircraft "Retired" And turn them into a restaurant and cafe in Morocco

A Turkish company specializing in the production of prefabricated houses transported two passenger planes by sea to Morocco after they were disassembled to be converted into a restaurant and cafe.

In an interview with Anadolu agency, Ali Sezgin, the owner of the company operating in Konya state, central Turkey, explained that they oversaw the implementation of various construction projects in Morocco.

Sezgin pointed out that the company has begun construction of a tourist center in the Moroccan city of Agadir, which includes a restaurant, cafe, water club and cable car, explaining that the company bought two passenger aircraft after they “retired” from the two companies. , then one of them was re-registered in a restaurant, and the other in a cafe.

He said the two planes were flown from Istanbul to Morocco within 20 days and will be part of a tourist center project the company is building in Agadir.

Source: “Anatolia”