Qantas Is Flogging Fully-Stocked Drinks Carts From The Retired 747 Fleet
Australians shed a collective tear when the final Qantas 747 was retired and sent to the plane graveyard in the Mojave Desert.
Naturally, plane nerds are desperate to get their hands on whatever slices of memorabilia remain from the legendary aircraft.
Previously, that's come in the form of Emergency Manuals, LEGO recreations and even food and drink menus. However, true 747 lovers will be delighted to know they can now buy a fully-stocked drinks cart.
If you've ever wanted to feel like Britney Spears in 'Toxic' pushing a cart down a narrow aisle, you can for the low, low price of $1,470.
Yeah - it's certainly not going to be a cheap purchase, however, the cart does come with a lot of booze.
In a full cart, you'll get 10 lightweight plastic drawers, 160 mini bottles of red and white wine, which is the equivalent of 40 standard wine bottles, two bottles of normal sized champagne and a bunch of food items like Tim Tams, savoury biscuits, and salted almonds.
You'll also get Qantas Business Class pyjamas, four amenity kits and two First Class blankets.
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All in all, not a bad haul.
Shoppers are advised that some of the items (especially the cart) will show signs of wear and tear as they are literally relics from actual flights.
Qantas said on its website: "Enjoy drinks' service at home with a fully stocked bar cart from a retired Qantas 747. Includes a range of Business Class items, including Champagne, mini bottles of red and white wine, Tim Tams, iconic Qantas pyjamas, an exclusive Qantas First Class Sheridan throw and more."
Half the wine bottles need to be consumed between now and January next year while the other half have an expiration date of April 2021, so you might have to knock back a couple of glasses.
If you don't want to go all out, you can always buy a half-stocked drinks cart for $974.70 or 169,000 Qantas Points.
Qantas will be able to deliver the carts to addresses for free in Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Melbourne.
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