Fremont, CA (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
The luxury of business class travel comes with numerous amenities, but none compare to the quality of the in flight meal experience. It is the holy grail of airline recommendations from one business class passenger to another. Airlines can spend millions of dollars streamlining marketing campaigns that put an emphasis on their business class meals; however, nothing is stronger than the opinion of the passenger.
A quality meal followed by good service can easily put any airline on top of the heap. World renowned chefs have also gotten into the business of developing signature menus for many airlines.
The overall in flight meal experience and menu landscape has become a complex and very competitive process. Qantas Airways has a partnership with famed chef, Neil Perry. Neil has not only helped lead Qantas to several prestigious awards for outstanding in-flight food and beverage product, he's also quite the extraordinaire when it comes to culinary exploration. Although the in flight menu options change frequently to reflect seasonal harvests and availability of the freshest ingredients, each menu is designed to correspond with different regional routes and ultimately reflect the distinct flavors of that region - in addition to accommodate dulled palates 35,000 feet in the air. Regardless of the flight route, first and business-class diners are certainly in for an incredibly unique in-flight dining experience” says second place Qantas Airlines publicist, Elena Guadino.
Lets Fly Cheaper recently conducted a poll asking business travels which airline they felt provided the best food as well as the best service. Singapore Airlines came in the top spot with respect to providing business class passengers with both, great food and excellent in flight service. “The food is world class as well as the wine, and is served on white linen and china. Also, food is order able any time during the flight and champagne is served upon boarding the plane” says frequent business class traveler, Brian Hensinger.
India’s second largest airline, Jet Airways took the third place spot, respectfully. “The food alone is gorgeous and the silver based on the slow food movement whereas food is presented by the staff in the most engaging way” says business traveler, Sheridan Becker.
Rounding out the rest of the list was British Airways in the fourth spot and America’s Delta Airlines coming in at number five.
1. Singapore Airlines
2. Qantas Airlines
3. Jet Airways
4. British Airways
5. Delta Airlines
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Sean Delanty, Director of Marketing
Lets Fly Cheaper