Ghana Airways Plane Turned Into Restaurant Reportedly Closes Down: La Tante DC10 Towed From Location

Ghana Airways Plane Turned Into Restaurant Reportedly Closes Down: La Tante DC10 Towed From Location

  • The Ghana Airways plane that was transformed into a restaurant has reportedly closed down after about ten years of operation
  • The aeroplane converted to the La Tante DC10 Restaurant was captured being towed away by some onlookers
  • The aircraft was a defunct plane which operated as a passenger jet between 1983 and 2005

The Ghana Airways plane, refurbished and transformed into a restaurant, appears to have closed shop.

The La Tante DC-10 Restaurant, located opposite the Marina Shopping Mall, Accra, was seen being towed away from what has been its home for the last ten years.

The La Tante DC-10 Restaurant
The La Tante DC-10 Restaurant being towed away (R). Source: Facebook/@UTV Ghana/@The La Tante DC-10
Source: Facebook

Reports on September 28, 2023, indicated that the restaurant has permanently closed its doors to the public. contacted the restaurant for comment but did not receive a response.

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La Tante DC10 Restaurant was the first aeroplane restaurant established in Africa from the defunct Ghana Airways plane.

It operated from the defunct Ghana Airways McDonnell Douglas DC-10 as a passenger jet between 1983 and 2005.

It mainly served Ghanaian dishes.

GH lady charged GH₵2,529 for three noodles and drinks

In an earlier report, social media buzzed when three friends from Ghana, one of whom appears to go by the name of Patience, released a bill from a restaurant they chose not to name.

The bill returned with a total of GH 2,529 despite only being for three plates of noodles, two beverages, one Moet Rose, and one order of fried calamari.

One of the women called the cuisine a "nonsense meal," implying that it was not as lovely as one might think, which made several people laugh on social media.

Lady finishes half a plate of fried rice only to realise it has maggots

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In another disappointing story, Sayo, a young lady and model on Twitter with the handle @Sayoadebayo1, has broken many hearts after sharing a rather eye-popping video of live maggots moving inside a well-packaged meal she bought.

According to Sayo, the most disturbing part of the incident was that she had already finished eating an entire portion of the meal due to hunger before discovering the uncomfortable reality.

"At about 6 pm. I was talking to my friend about hunger as I hadn’t had anything to eat since morning. Please note that I am at the hospital caring for my mum."

Waitress builds house for parents

Meanwhile, reported that a young Lagos waitress has set social media buzzing after constructing a bungalow for her parents.

A Facebook user identified as Innocent Tino shared the news on the social media platform, urging netizens to stop complaining and instead start saving.

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He said the 25-year-old lady did it courtesy of her salary and tips she put into her ajo - a Yoruba word for group savings or contributions.

Tino shared his chat with the lady, where she revealed that she had turned into the breadwinner since her dad's demise. She also stated that the group savings helped her train her siblings in school and set up a hair business.

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Delali Adogla-Bessa (Current Affairs Editor) Delali Adogla-Bessa is a Current Affairs Editor with Delali previously worked as a freelance journalist in Ghana and has over seven years of experience in media, primarily with Citi FM, Equal Times, Ubuntu Times. Delali also volunteers with the Ghana Institute of Language Literacy and Bible Translation, where he documents efforts to preserve local languages. He graduated from the University of Ghana in 2014 with a BA in Information Studies. Email: