Friday, 27th February 2009
In Business In Japan,
Japan Airlines 'improves' inflight meal choices
Japan Airlines has announced it has improved the standard of meals on its flights to European destinations.
Those travelling in business class with the carrier from next month will be able to enjoy an extended range of dishes, in addition to a much more personalised service.
Among the changes to the inflight menu include the choice of eight small dishes for the first, instead of the current three.
For the main meal, there will be the chocie of meat or fish to go with freshly-cooked rice.
Japan Airlines, Asia's second largest airline, operates flights to more than 200 airports across 33 countries.
It was recently reported that a meal service cart broke free from its storage location during a flight between Los Angeles and Tokyo.
No injuries were reported as a result of the incident, reports the Daily Yomiuri.
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