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1. SAS Doubles Number of Flights with Pre-Order Dining
SAS is doubling the number of flights on which it offers pre-order dining. By extending the pre-order concept to more travellers on short haul flights from October 2018, SAS is helping to not only improve the inflight experience, but also reduce food waste.
2. Thai Airways Expands Pre-Order Inflight Meal Service to Royal Silk Class
The Pre-Order Meal Service is available only for ordering the first hot meal served and only on flights from Bangkok to Europe on: Bangkok-London (TG910 and TG916), Bangkok-Frankfurt (TG920 and TG922), Bangkok-Munich (TG 924), Bangkok-Paris (TG930 and TG 932), Bangkok-Milan (TG940), Bangkok-Rome (TG944), Bangkok-Athens (TG946), Bangkok-Madrid (TG948), Bangkok-Copenhagen (TG950), Ba
3. American Airlines offering Pre-Order Meal Option for Flights Between US and Japan
American Airlines offering Pre-Order Meal Option for Flights Between US and Japan. For passengers with a taste for traditional Japanese cuisine, the new menus feature a kobachi dish of rice wine-marinated calamari accented by wasabi mayonnaise, presented with flying fish roe on a bed of radish sprouts, red and yellow cherry tomatoes, and leaf lettuce. In addition, American offers a
4. Singapore Airlines’ Premium Passengers Can Now Pre-Order Main Courses Across Entire Network
Singapore Airlines (SIA) has launched a new service enabling customers travelling in Suites, First Class and Business Class from anywhere in the airline’s global network to pre-order main courses from their flight’s menus. The airline plans to extend it to Premium Economy Class in the near future.
5. SAS Expands Premium Pre-Order Dining to Long Haul Flights
SAS Go travelers will be able to upgrade their dining experience by pre-ordering premium menus on long haul flights, from November 2018 onwards. Travelers will be able to choose from four freshly prepared menus. Each is a ‘Premium set menu’, featuring original, fresh dishes, including a seasonal starter, main course and dessert, as well as a choice of two drinks from a listed selec
6. Singapore Airlines enhances Duty Free Service
Singapore Airlines enhances Duty Free Service. To place a pre-order, all customers have to do is to visit krisshop.com, choose the duty-free items they wish to purchase, and select the option to have the items collected onboard their next Singapore Airlines flight. This service is exclusive to customers departing from Singapore and comes at no extra cost. Orders have to be placed a
7. Japan Airlines Invests US$10m in Boom Supersonic; Signs Pre-Order for 20 Aircraft
Japan Airlines has entered into a strategic partnership with Boom Supersonic to bring commercial supersonic travel to passengers. Boom is developing a new-generation supersonic aircraft which flies at Mach 2.2, and could cut flight times in half. Through this agreement, JAL will provide its knowledge and experience as an airline to support Boom in developing the aircraft.
8. DFS and Air New Zealand launch Online Duty Free Store
DFS and Air New Zealand launch Online Duty Free Store. Air New Zealand has launched an online duty free store in conjunction with DFS New Zealand, enabling international travellers to quickly and easily pre-order tax and duty free goods. The new store - airnzdutyfree.com - allows customers to choose from up to 1,500 products in popular shopping categories including cosmetics, fragr

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