You think your BBQ grill is impressive? Think again. Imagine having a huge BBQ grill in your backyard built from a jet engine.

This custom-built grilling station was made in 2016 by the Delta Airlines TechOps team in Atlanta, Georgia. The BBQ grill was built using scrap parts from a Pratt & Whitney PW2000 jet engine from a Boeing 757. It sure looks like a real 757 jet engine, indeed. Each side of the engine can open up to reveal a grill and workstation. 1,2,3 and you’re ready to put some barbecue sauce on!

When the techs of TechOps team at Delta decided to build a custom BBQ grill, they quickly turned their idea into process, making it fun turning it into reality. People working at the company’s Operations Control Center are able to make their grilling experience more memorable, fun and enjoyable.

Techs of Delta Airlines turned scrapped Pratt & Whitney engine parts into a functional barbeque grill

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One year earlier, Delta built a grill, an amazing aircraft scale replica and called it the “Celebration Grill”. Its wingspan measures more than 20 feet across and nearly 15 feet high at the tip of its tail, the fuselage grilling chamber is 38 feet long.

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Image credits: Solowingzx

Americans can’t imagine Fourth of July weekend without fireworks, parades and of course, grilling. Delta made it easier for all of us, because when fired up, this massive grilling station can make a shocking amount of 500 burgers an hour.

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This is what their previous “Celebration Grill” looked like

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Turning an amazing aircraft into a BBQ grill, Delta made it happen. We’re proud of Delta’s passion for grilling.

Watch the video below to see the grill in action

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