Inflight catering related news

June 18, 2015

How airlines make inflight fare beautiful

Three times a year, Singapore Airlines’ food and beverage executives create new seasonal menus for all its flights worldwide.

These menus are sent from Singapore to about 60 inflight catering facilities around the world. The catering kitchens source ingredients for the meals, then practice making and plating the meals in preparation for a visit from a Singapore Airlines executive chef.

On the day the executive chef arrives, the kitchen has prepared every single dish on the menus, which are laid out for inspection. Kitchen staff gather around and watch as the chef reviews each dish, inquires about ingredients and preparation, and then plates the dish in the manner that the airline would like it served.

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