Malaysia Airlines Chef-On-Call-Service extended
Malaysia Airlines has now extended its Chef-On-Call-Service on Oriental routes. The flagship carrier of Malaysia is trying to position itself as a premium airline and among the best in the market.
Malaysia Airlines has until now been offering exclusive chef-on-call-service to its customers traveling in business class flights as well as in the first class. The service was launched in 2006 and is currently offered on select routes from Kuala Lumpur. These routes include Auckland, Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Istanbul, Paris, London, Frankfurt and Amsterdam.
A top official of Malaysia Airlines said that considering the encouraging response the airline has been prompted to extend this facility to oriental routes as well. The extended service became effective from September 5, 2013. The routes on which this service has been extended from Tokyo Narita include Osaka, Shanghai, Beijing and Seoul Incheon. Passengers traveling between Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur would also be able to enjoy this exclusive Chef-On-Call-Service.
The airline said that the passengers would be able to indulge themselves with assorted selections from the Japanese, Western or Malaysian menus.