British Airways has recently made a declaration to refine the food served in short-haul business class. New menus will be introduced in Club Europe Cabin of the carrier from September 12, 2018. The improved menu will see quality warm breads and recipes. The dishes featuring high-quality British ingredients, the airline is naming it as ‘dedication to provenance.’ During the launch of the new service, there are multiple options comprising Reared Pork sausage, Herefordshire roast beef served with tartar cream and mouth-watering British cheeses.
For the longer short-haul flights, for instance, on routes such as Faro, passengers will be delighted to hear that they can make preferences of one cold and two hot categories. On jetliners flying on routes to and from Heathrow, the menus would witness an alteration, primarily twice a month despite on monthly basis. Flyers traveling through British Airways are really happy to see the improvement.
Carolina Martinoli, Director of Brand and Customer Experience of British Airways commented, ‘for better customer service, we are rapidly investing to provide quality food to our valuable passengers. The menu served on our current long-haul Club World are widely revered for its quality and we want to make sure that the short haul Club Europe cabin too duplicate the quality to ensure supreme customer satisfaction. Majority of our passengers fly with us frequently, henceforth, they would admire better quality and more variety.’
Along with a variety of food options, the carrier is also improving its beverages. Now, the airline would serve Union Hand-Roasted coffee, coffee by British speciality roaster as well as wines in quarter bottles.