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Thai Airways International serves Arabian Meals on Board Islamabad First Flight

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com 2 November 2005

Today, Thai Airways International celebrates its first flight operated non-stop on the route Bangkok - Islamabad v.v., serving special Arabian meals on board flight TG509 routed Bangkok Ė Islamabad, utilizing Airbus A300-600 aircraft, until 15 November 2005.

As the first Islamabad flight operates on the last day of the Ramadan, the Muslim month of fasting, THAI will serve fresh dates to passengers in all classes of travel during this flight. The special Arabian meals to be served on board in Royal Silk Class and Economy Class are as follows:

Royal Silk Class
- Grilled prawn with herbs in cabbage cup, halibut slices, cream horseradish in tomato cup with lime wedge
- Mixed green salad
- Chicken Pasanda, a chicken breast stuffed with minced chicken, pistachio, and almond Biryani rice Paneer Makhani, a cheese in curry
- Baked chocolate pear tart

Economy Class
- Boiled shrimps with herbs vinaigrette on lettuce with lime wedge
- Chicken Pasanda, a chicken breast stuffed with minced chicken, pistachio, and almond Biryani rice Paneer Makhani, a cheese in curry
- French coffee cake

THAIís flight to Islamabad takes place during the last day of the Ramadan month of fasting, therefore fresh dates will be served to passengers in both Royal Silk Class and Economy Class. Fresh dates have been served on THAIís flight operating to Middle Eastern routes throughout the Ramadan. Those of the Islamic faith observing the Ramadan break their fast by consuming fresh dates, increasing blood sugar, which is of particular importance following the period of fasting.

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