JAL and Finnair each unveiled new chefs menus celebrating local ingredients and cuisine which will appeal to an international palate.
JAL has introduced a new Japanese menu created by Chef Jun Kurogi for those flying on the airline’s International Business Class.
The WPS event, takes place in Hamburg, Germany, this 20-22 October, and is expected to attract more than 700 high-level delegates including airlines, global distribution systems and travel technology providers, airports, and travel management companies.
Chef Hawksworth will work with Air Canada’s flight caterers and Maple Leaf Lounge providers to create new seasonal dining options including appetizers, salads, main courses and desserts, which complement the airline’s current route-inspired menus on international flights.
Due to my few posts last month, readers might assume that I took the month of February off to celebrate the birthday of the 747, which just happens to coincide with my own. I did. There was chocolate cake. But […]
Competition in the In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) market is fierce. A number of attractive solutions are hitting the market at once, and the success of any of these in the long-term depends on how airlines can make them pay off.
Gogo and Honeywell make advancements in Business Aviation Connectivity.
Southwest serves up some tasty goodies.
If you follow Inflight Feed, as I do, you’re up to date on the latest aviation food trends, so you may already have seen the latest super-appetising video Jet Blue prepared to promote its Mint service baked nummies. Just in […]
As far as I know, WestJet have yet to serve honey-roasted peanuts on their flights. I’m not talking about the snack, though. I’m talking about their product strategy. Flight Chic readers will know than when I talk peanuts, I mean […]