Revisited: 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
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
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
What should a second service look like?
For years the second service on a long-haul flight has usually consisted of a “light-snack”, and still remains that way today. There are, however, a few airlines who have chosen to implement another “full meal service”; and it seems as though there may now be a little too much food. On a daytime flight from London to […]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
BA’s newest catering enhancements: Or should I say cuts!
If you’re an avid reader on FlyerTalk; I am sure you may have stumbled across the July’s Enhancements thread which references to the monthly catering updates at British Airways. From what it would seem, these enhancements, actually seem to be cuts – but just another way of putting it. Of course, this has enraged the flying […]More Info
A behind the scenes look at Delta One’s culinary offering
I was given the opportunity to go behind the scenes with Delta to learn more about their food and beverage offerings for Delta One; the airlines' answer to business class. Out of London, all premium catering is provided by GateGourmet - whom are the largest independent caterer within the airline industry; suppling the carrier with […]More Info