A review of the past year indicates that Air France and Turkish Airlines took good care of their business class customers with their offerings and service upgrades. Air France had since November 3, 2016 provided its business class customers traveling on Paris-Tokyo Haneda route an upgraded meal service. The premium customers were offered a choice of warm vegetables or cold appetizers, which included peas, potatoes and pumpkin. The services of Guy Martin, owner and chef of Le Grand Vefour, were hired by the airline for creating six types of entrees, which were served on flights departing from Paris until December 31 last year.
Moreover, business class customers traveling on Air France flights were also offered a choice of a Western breakfast or Japanese breakfast. The Western breakfast comprised of croissants, sausage, ham and omelet, while the Japanese breakfast comprised of rice, vegetables and fish. Apart from these, Air France has also launched a meal service for its business class fliers providing them opportunity to order any food from the light food menu after the completion of first food service until 90 minutes before the landing of the respective flights.
Turkish Airlines, another leading international carrier, wasn’t left behind in taking a good care of its business class customers. The airline collaborated with world-class audio and home entertainment systems manufacturer Denon for providing a comfortable set of headphones to its customers booking business class flights to U.S. The exquisite headphones have the capability for delivering perfect sound while simultaneously minimizing 99 percent of ambient noise. The headphones are phenomenal and can be used for long durations during the course of flights.
Apart from the new audio experience with Denon headphones, Turkish Airlines has also provided a Samsung Galaxy S2 Tablet to its business class customers who don’t have access to rear seat in-flight entertainment screens on board their flights lasting for more than 2.5 hours. Keeping in with its technological upgrades, the airline has also updated its mobile app for enhancing the passenger experience on board their flights.