Boing Jumbo jet retires as 85 bed Hotel
Dios bought the 500-seater jumbo jet, built in 1976, from its last owner Transjet after the air operator went bust in 2002.
The Jumbo Hostel, which will remain grounded at the airport, will begin taking reservations from travellers in December.
If the venture proves successful in Sweden, Dios hopes to open more jumbo jet hostels elsewhere.
Ambitious plans to turn a Boeing 747 into a hostel are taking off after the jet was bought by a Swedish entrepreneur.
Oscar Dios is stuffing 85 beds into the gutted jet he's dubbed Jumbo Hostel.
It has been towed into place at the Arlanda Aiport in Stockholm where it will have 25 rooms and a cockpit suite.