Turkish Airlines Launches Flying Chef on Flights Between Hong Kong and Istanbul

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Turkish Airlines has launched a Flying Chef service on flights between Hong Kong and Istanbul.

Introduced by Turkish DO & CO, Turkish Airlines catering company, chefs will present the inflight menu to business and first class passengers, and share with them the inspirations behind the types of cuisine served and ingredients used in each course.

Launched on Turkish Airlines Istanbul-New York flights earlier this year, this service is now being extended to international flights including those between Hong Kong and Istanbul.

We designed this catering concept with a high-quality, customer-oriented experience in mind, said Mr. Huseyin Ceyhan, Director of Turkish Airlines Hong Kong. This additional feature shows our strong commitment to constantly bringing fresh experiences to our customers and maintaining the excellent quality of our award-winning catering service.

 In 2007, the airline entered a joint venture with Turkish DO & CO, an international gourmet entertainment company with a rich portfolio of international clients including the British Museum and BMW World in Munich. Turkish DO & CO now operates nine gourmet kitchens in Turkey and is responsible for inflight catering for over 60 national and international airlines.

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