Bangkok Airways has enhanced its in-flight food
Boutique Street Food menus.
The new menus will be
available on all Bangkok Airways flights, domestic and
international, originating from Suvarnabhumi, Samui and Phuket Airports.
The new menus include dishes such as pad Thai with shrimps,
stir-fried chicken with basil leaves served with jasmine rice,
roasted duck noodles, Thai vermicelli with fish curry, steamed
rice with chicken, southern-style spicy minced chicken
served with jasmine rice, Thai spicy & sour soup with shrimps
fried rice, baked shrimps with glass noodles, Thai sweet
egg-serpentine, Thai coconut jelly, Thai egg custard in pumpkin
and Thai banana in coconut milk to name but a few.
Napon, Executive Chef of Bangkok Air Catering (BAC) said, Our team of professional chefs has chosen some of the
best Thai street food menus and developed them to be in line with
Bangkok Airways boutique street food concept as well as to be able
to serve passengers on the flights. Airline food requires certain
procedures and standards that are different when compared to other food. Bangkok Air
Catering has been long known for its expertise in producing
delicious high quality food for airline travel. Our kitchen
complies with HACCP/GMP standards, assuring passengers of top
quality and the safest products. Our kitchen is fully
HALAL-compliant, certified by The Central Islamic Committee of
Thailand and our Kosher kitchen is fully certified and overseen by
Thai Kashrut Services.
Bangkok Air Catering
currently provides in-flight meals to more than
20 airlines at Suvarnabhumi airport, including Bangkok Airways,
Emirates, Turkish Airlines, Al El, Kenya
Airlines, Oman Air and Ethiopian Airlines.
also have our new catering facility at Phuket International
Airport dubbed as Thailands third busiest airport. Currently our
BAC Phuket is catering to 9 airlines, said Mr. Amorn
Rassamesangpetch, Director - Corporate Sales & Marketing of
Bangkok Air Catering (BAC). We are also building our new facility
at Chiang Mai International Airport which is expected to be in
operation by the second quarter of 2019.