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.
Air France 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 […]
Future Technology 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.
British Airways Following a successful implementation of its pre-order meal service for its First, Club World and World Traveller Plus passengers (refer to our coverage of this new service), British Airways (BA) is expanding this program to World Traveller passengers flying its hub at London Heathrow International Airport (LHR) to selected international cities starting in May 12, 2015.
Swiss International Air Lines Back in September 2014, Swiss International Air Lines (LX) worked with renowned three Michelin starred chef, Andreas Caminada from Switzerland’s famous restaurant Schloss Schauenstein and set up a pop-up restaurant experience for all passengers. How do they top that experience for Spring 2015?
Today’s trending aviation news comes courtesy of Delta Air Lines (DL), Air France (AF), Alaska Air (AS) and Starbucks.
Chinese New Year Today’s trending aviation news comes courtesy of Chinese New Year. Many airlines are introducing special inflight meals and items to celebrate the Year of the Goat in February 2015.
Today’s trending aviation news comes courtesy of London Airport Authority, Swiss International Air Lines (LX), Qatar Airways (QR) and American Airlines (AA).
Qantas Airways Who says economy passengers cannot be treated like rockstars?Qantas Airways (IATA Airline Code – QF) announced on November 11, 2014 that it will be expanding its food options and introduce its Select on Q-Eat service to international economy passengers on selected flights starting on November 25, 2014. Guess which is the first flight getting this […]