Impossible Foods has been pioneers at creating plant based meat that cooks, smells and taste like the real thing. The food innovator partners with Air New Zealand to introduce the world’s first vegan burger to be served on board.
FOODIE IN THE SKIES
Foodies in the skies celebrates airlines’ culinary journeys.
Finnair Celebrates Finland’s 100 Years of Independence With Specialty MealsX ADCHOICES IDENTIFIED Ahead of Finland’s upcoming centennial anniversary, its national airline Finnair is celebrating the… Read More »Finnair Celebrates Finland’s 100 Years of Independence With Specialty Meals
Delta Air Lines updates its buy on board options in Main Cabin (Economy Class) from the current EATS program to Flight Fuel starting on June 1, 2016. The new in-flight catering programme focuses on healthy and fresh ingredients.
British Airways (BA) first trialled its food pre-ordering technology to First and Club World (business class) and World Traveller Plus (premium economy) passengers in Summer 2014 (See News – Pre-order Meals Now Available On British Airways). The successful run led to a three wave implementation at the end of 2014 for flights from its hub at Heathrow Airport located in London, United Kingdom (LHR). This service has now been extended for flights from its other London hub at Gatwick Airport (LGW).
Experience The Skies is serious about food. We believe part of the overall passenger travel experience surrounds the culinary or lack thereof adventures they go through on the daily basis. As such, we created a new series called Foodies In The Skies to create a dialogue.
Italian coffee powerhouse illycaffè has been chosen as the company to serve United Airlines worldwide.
United Airlines continues to make improvement in its effort to attract passengers. In the last post, we highlighted some of the behind the scenes changes (News – October 28, 2015). Today, we will focus on the catering, cabin upgrades and other operational changes that are being rolled out.
Swiss International Air Lines has been known to push the culinary envelope previously with the Pop Up Restaurant Concept with Andreas Caminada (News -November 24, 2014) and the Taste of Switzerland Program (News – March 4, 2015). Starting on September 2, 2015, its long haul First Class passengers will experience new culinary adventures.
Back in February 2015, we published a news digest highlighting Air France’s continuing efforts in bringing innovative dishes to its premium cabin (refer to this link for more information). The Paris based airline will introduce one new starter and five new main dishes to its La Première cabin (First Class) for August and September.
Imagine a world where you can order food directly from your seat and have it delivered to you directly. That is what Sell GmbH, a German division of Zodiac Aerospace, filed a patent for.