Airline food flying highJan 18th, 2017
UK airline food of the 70s and 80s is now a trip down memory lane. Full English breakfasts, afternoon tea and many other traditional favourites.
Now many airlines have stopped offering free food to economy passengers on short-haul flights. The industry has seen continued innovation and investment into the premium catering offer. Catering in business and first class is now a major selling point. Although free meals on some flights may have stopped the menu options to purchase have benefited from skilled development teams, a wider range of options and a greater range of ingredients.
A recent report from a customer who reviewed 400 different inflight meals chose as a favourite a nine course “kaiseki” meal (Japanese fine dining.)