Discovering a #BetterWayToFly with Air New Zealand
Today I happened to be in London for meetings and I took the opportunity to cross the city and head on to Soho to the Unit London Gallery where a rather unique event was taking place named This Is How We Fly. Multi-award winning airline Air New Zealand has brought their inflight experience to Londoners in […]More Info
Dining Price Comparison: Disneyland Paris vs Walt Disney World
For the young and young at heart, visiting Disney is always a magical experience. Living in the UK, I am fortunate to be only a mere few hours away from Disneyland Paris – whereas Walt Disney World is a very long flight away. Saying that, I thought I would show a comparison of the cost […]More Info
British Airways launches “M&S Onboard” Catering
Today is the day that many passengers have been looking forward to, or the complete opposite. British Airways have completely revamped their short-haul catering proposition and have brought in the upmarket supermarket chain M&S whom will be providing a buy-on-board offering to customers seated in the Euro Traveller cabin. BA’s short-haul product has always been […]More Info
Photo of the week: Doughnuts at 30,000ft!
Doughnuts. Who doesn’t love a light and fluffy sweet snack as a little pick-me up every now and then? Well, if you happen to be flying with Air New Zealand from London to LA in their award-winning Premium Economy or Business Premier cabins; then you’ll be able to enjoy the delights of eating delicious doughnuts at […]More Info
A look at some of my favourite airline meals: Breakfast
Airline food is what it is. Some people like it and others find it awful. When it comes to a red-eye flight across the Atlantic; it can often be challenging to start “the most important meal of the day” off right. Unfortunately a lot of airlines have cut back on their offerings for the morning service, […]More Info
Airline Meals: What’s all the fuss about?
Over the past few years I’ve been fortunate enough to travel on a fairly regular basis to a variety of long-haul destinations, which has meant eating plenty of airline food. If I am being perfectly honest; I actually don’t mind it. I know it’s rare to come across someone who actually looks forward to eating an […]More Info
British Airways + M&S: Why I Think It’s Good News
Last week, British Airways announced a partnership with British brand Marks & Spencer; whom will be offering customers the option to purchase food at 30,000ft on domestic and short-haul flights from the 11th of January. This is a rather controversial move which replaces British Airways’ current proposition in the Domestic and Euro Traveller cabins; where customers presently receive complimentary drinks […]More Info
Confirmed: BA partner with M&S for buy-on-board catering
Well folks, it’s official. British Airways have announced a partnership with the upmarket supermarket M&S; whom are to provide select food and drink offerings on short-haul flights… promoted as a buy-on-board offering. Unsurprisingly, this has enraged many flyers. BA’s short-haul product has always been popular with travellers for the sole reason there are no hidden extras. Passengers […]More Info
Rumour: BA to partner with M&S for buy-on-board catering
A number of leading airline-industry websites and the UK media have recently reported that British Airways are to announce a partnership with the upmarket supermarket M&S; whom would provide select food and drink offerings on short-haul flights… promoted as a buy-on-board offering. Unsurprisingly, this has enraged many flyers. BA’s short-haul product has always been popular […]More Info
Learning about airline food, drink and partnerships with Virgin Atlantic.
Let’s face it. A lot of people consider airplane food to be one of the most controversial aspects of a flight; and reference it to being boring, bland and laden with calories. Well, I disagree. Today I’m re-sharing an article that I published last year. The reason? It’s still relevant… and airline partnerships are as competitive […]More Info