Turning a Boeing 707 to Restaurant! Meet The Palestinian Twin

Published July 9th, 2021 - 06:39 GMT

A Palestinian twin in the West Bank are finalizing work on a decommissioned a Boeing 707 aircraft fully turning init into a restaurant.

The brothers, 60-year-old, Ata and Khamis al-Sairafi, say that the restaurant will be ready within weeks as it will be ready to welcome all customers. Boeing 707 restaurant, decorated with both Palestinian and Jordanian Flags, is located in an isolated mountain area near Nablus.

They have removed the main seats in the cabin room and the window panes were also taken out. The Palestinian twin also added that soon they will add tables in the fuselage.

The twin plan have decided to name their plane restaurant "the Palestinian-Jordanian Airline Restaurant and Coffee Shop Al-Sairafi Nablus".

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Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant

Palestinian twin brothers Atallah and Khamis al-Sairafi, 60, pose as they stand on the stairs leading to the tail section of a Boeing 707 aircraft being converted into a restaurant they are calling "The Palestinian-Jordanian Airline Restaurant and Coffee Shop Al-Sairafi Nablus", in the city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank on July 5, 2021. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP

Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant

Palestinian twin brothers Atallah and Khamis al-Sairafi, 60, convert a Boeing 707 aircraft into a restaurant they are calling "The Palestinian-Jordanian Airline Restaurant and Coffee Shop Al-Sairafi Nablus", in the city of Nablus. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP

Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant

The plane was bought by the Sairafi twins, former scrap metal traders, for $100,000 from its former Israeli owner in Kiryat Shmona in northern Israel. They expect to open their plane doors to customers within a month. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP

Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant

The plane was bought by the Sairafi twins, former scrap metal traders, for $100,000 from its former Israeli owner in Kiryat Shmona in northern Israel. They expect to open their plane doors to customers within a month. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP

Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant

Palestinian twin brothers Atallah and Khamis al-Sairafi, 60, pose from the cockpit of a Boeing 707 aircraft being converted into a restaurant they are calling "The Palestinian-Jordanian Airline Restaurant and Coffee Shop Al-Sairafi Nablus", in the city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank on July 5, 2021. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP

Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant

A technician drills holes in the cockpit of Boeing 707 aircraft being converted by Palestinian twin brothers Atallah and Khamis al-Sairafi into a restaurant they are calling "The Palestinian-Jordanian Airline Restaurant and Coffee Shop Al-Sairafi Nablus". JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP

Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant

They expect to open their plane doors to customers within a month. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP

Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant

This picture taken on July 5, 2021 shows a view of the fuselage of a Boeing 707 aircraft being converted by Palestinian twin brothers Atallah and Khamis al-Sairafi into a restaurant they are calling "The Palestinian-Jordanian Airline Restaurant and Coffee Shop Al-Sairafi Nablus", in the city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP

Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
Palestinian twin brothers Atallah and Khamis al-Sairafi, 60, pose as they stand on the stairs leading to the tail section of a Boeing 707 aircraft being converted into a restaurant they are calling "The Palestinian-Jordanian Airline Restaurant and Coffee Shop Al-Sairafi Nablus", in the city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank on July 5, 2021. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
Palestinian twin brothers Atallah and Khamis al-Sairafi, 60, convert a Boeing 707 aircraft into a restaurant they are calling "The Palestinian-Jordanian Airline Restaurant and Coffee Shop Al-Sairafi Nablus", in the city of Nablus. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
The plane was bought by the Sairafi twins, former scrap metal traders, for $100,000 from its former Israeli owner in Kiryat Shmona in northern Israel. They expect to open their plane doors to customers within a month. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
The plane was bought by the Sairafi twins, former scrap metal traders, for $100,000 from its former Israeli owner in Kiryat Shmona in northern Israel. They expect to open their plane doors to customers within a month. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
Palestinian twin brothers Atallah and Khamis al-Sairafi, 60, pose from the cockpit of a Boeing 707 aircraft being converted into a restaurant they are calling "The Palestinian-Jordanian Airline Restaurant and Coffee Shop Al-Sairafi Nablus", in the city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank on July 5, 2021. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
A technician drills holes in the cockpit of Boeing 707 aircraft being converted by Palestinian twin brothers Atallah and Khamis al-Sairafi into a restaurant they are calling "The Palestinian-Jordanian Airline Restaurant and Coffee Shop Al-Sairafi Nablus". JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
They expect to open their plane doors to customers within a month. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP
Palestinian twin turn airplane into a restaurant
This picture taken on July 5, 2021 shows a view of the fuselage of a Boeing 707 aircraft being converted by Palestinian twin brothers Atallah and Khamis al-Sairafi into a restaurant they are calling "The Palestinian-Jordanian Airline Restaurant and Coffee Shop Al-Sairafi Nablus", in the city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank. JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP