Dine Sky: Flying Restaurant in Armenia
Very soon the lovers of hot emotions will be able to enjoy their dinner at flying restaurant Dine Sky in Armenia. The structure of the restaurant consists of two parts: the deck, which has tables and chairs attached, and the roof, which is 8 m long and 3 m wide. The deck is built from a special high tensile steel. All the joints and structural elements are made in Germany, have passed quality assurance and obtained relevant certificates. 22 chairs will be placed around the rectangular combined table. The chairs are made of carbon fiber and resemble to the seats in sport cars by their shape and comfortability. Each seat is attached to the main structure with a separate rope and has three safety belts. The chef and the waiters also ascend to the sky with 22 visitors. A huge mobile crane with a load capacity 150 tons will be brought to Armenia to lift the restaurant up to the sky and safeguard the dinner in the air. The restaurant will be hang at the height of 45-50 m. Hirschmann’s safety control system will consider the wind power, bending and inclination coefficients of the crane. The restaurant has 8 safety ropes, which are similar to the ropes used in oil offshore platforms. The roof of the Dine sky is made of special nylon, protecting from UV rays. The place where the restaurant first will run is not disclosed yet. The restaurant will rotate at 360 degrees, and all the visitors will be able to admire the views of both Yerevan and Mount Ararat. The chair also rotates at 180 degrees, and it is also possible to recline the seat back and lie down.
Sky dining in Yerevan will cost three times cheaper than it costs in other countries. The food is also included in the price. Menu is ordered beforehand: starter, main course and the dessert, non-alcoholic drinks are free. By the way, it is planned to have also the winter version of flying restaurant in Yerevan for 16 persons (first winter option in the world). The project design is made by ACE, Dubai. The opening of Dine Sky Yerevan is planned in April.