Inflight catering related news
Does Airline Food Always Have to Suck?
Airline food has never had a good reputation. It is often dry, salty and looks like something more fit for a dog than a human.
But for those lucky enough to sit in the front of the plane, meals are served on fine china and come in multiple courses. They not only excite the taste buds but bring back a sense of service and class to flying. Preparing such a feast is not an easy production. Every few months, Singapore Airlines reviews, tastes and tweaks its dishes for the coming season. It is a complicated process that not only has to factor in taste but cost and airplane galley space constraints.