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SAS Premium Set Menus. Image: SAS Photographer: Simon Bajada.
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SAS Offers Premium Meal Upgrade To Go Passengers

SAS has introduced a new option for passengers to buy premium in-flight meals when flying on an economy Go ticket.   Starting in November, passengers flying on long-haul flights passengers can pre-order premium set menus, with prices starting at SEK […]

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Even the Most Picky Eaters Could Find These New JAL Kids Menus Irresistible

Japan Airlines has raised the bar on its Chef-inspired menus once again by applying great culinary skill to upgrade Kid’s meals from a side-menu afterthought to a positively delectable in-flight delight.

Starting on 29 April 2016, JAL will expand its “JAL BEDD SKY AUBERGE” restaurant-in-the-sky service on its services to North America, Europe, Oceania and Southeast Asia with new “BEDD for Kids” menus, developed by the airline’s star chefs.

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JetBlue Makes the Caribbean Even Fresher

JetBlue has announced that it will add its Mint cabin service to new Caribbean destinations.

Mint cabins offer private suites, a fully-­flat bed (JetBlue is the only U.S. airline offering lie-flat seating on its regular service to the Caribbean), and 15-­inch flat screen In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) screen with on-demand entertainment.

During the flight, Mint passengers are offered a signature cocktail, a tapas-­style menu, fresh espresso from an in-flight cappuccino machine, dessert from Blue Marble and Mah­ze­ Dahr Bakery. For personal comfort, the airline offers passengers Birchbox amenity kits.