Grounded jet setters eat first class

Nigerian diners can now pretend they are flying without leaving the ground.

Urban Air, a restaurant in Abuja, has been converted to look like the inside of a private jet.

There are blue skies and puffy white clouds on the windows and an in-flight menu. 

Meals are served from the “cockpit” while diners strap on seat belts.

Nigeria suspended international commercial flights in March, though domestic flights are back.

Restless Nigerians who miss flying are over the moon about Urban Air.

Hopefully, the food is better than most airline food.