Some Subway followers will quickly get to munch on a number of the restaurant chain’s sandwiches whereas using an enormous blimp.
The sandwich chain well-known for its foot-longs stated Tuesday it might function a slew of flights utilizing the “Subway within the Sky” blimp, with folks using its gondola receiving the corporate’s 4 new Deli Hero sandwiches in the course of the journey. The 180-foot plane will develop into airborne at the beginning of September.
The 4 sandwiches that the blimp riders will get to devour embrace the Titan Turkey, Grand Slam Ham, Garlic Roast Beef and The Beast, in line with Subway. On the outside, the Subway blimp sports activities imagery of The Beast.
Whereas the “Subway within the Sky” is lively, it’s going to hit Kansas Metropolis, Missouri; Orlando, Florida, and Miami, the restaurant chain stated.
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For Kansas Metropolis, the blimp rides and sandwich tastings will occur Sept. 5-7, whereas Orlando is slated for Sept. 19-20, in line with Subway. The corporate has scheduled Sept. 24 and 26 flights for folks in Miami, town the place the restaurant chain has one in every of its two headquarters.
Every 1,000-foot-high flight will accommodate six company, equating to a most of 40 attending to take the journey every day, the corporate stated. Signal-ups will open on a delegated web site.
The corporate’s press launch famous flight dates and instances could possibly be “topic to vary attributable to climate or different atmospheric situations.”
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Subway described the “Subway within the Sky” expertise as a “thrilling capstone to its newest Eat Recent Refresh launch.”
It comes after U.S. Subway eating places noticed the corporate introduce deli slicers and freshly sliced meats roughly almost two months in the past. Workers do the in-restaurant meat slicing a couple of instances each day.
Chef Paul Fabre, Subway’s senior vp of culinary and innovation, beforehand informed FOX Enterprise including the slicers was a “pure development” and “one other step” in “how can we elevate our deli sandwiches.”
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