Jet Airways to offer gourmet in-flight meals
Posted on Thursday 23 December 2010
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Dining on an airplane doesn't have to mean unhealthy, mass-produced food. Those aboard Jet Airways flights will now be able to experience fine dining above the clouds.
The India-based airline recently announced that it would begin offering gourmet meals on all full-service flights between Mumbai and Delhi, effective immediately. The new menu options were created by the chefs of Oberoi Flight Kitchen, offering a bit of luxury with their culinary delights.
Economy-class passengers have the option of traditional Indian and Continental dishes served on pristine Dutch tableware, while premium class customers will receive four-course meals on Rosenthal crockery.
"As India's leading airline and a trailblazing pioneer in several aspects of the Indian aviation industry, Jet Airways has always led the way, both in operational or service delivery excellence," airline CCO Sudheer Raghavan said in a statement. "With the introduction of our new dining service … Jet Airways has yet again raised the industry benchmark, redefining the dining paradigm in the Indian skies."
While the new gourmet service is currently effective on the Mumbai-Delhi routes, the airline plans to roll out fine dining amenities on additional domestic flights in the future.
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