British Airways recently announced that it will be serving UK wine and tonic water its customers in First Class and Business Class throughout the month of August 2015.
Media reports said that the premium customers travelling in First Class cabins will be served Bolney Estate Pinot Gris 2014 wine. It will be offered to the customers booking flights to/from various destinations in the United States.
The reports said that British Airways is hoping that the Bolney Estate Pinot Gris 2014 wine would be a great hit with the passengers because of the fragrant aromas of pears, jasmine and rose, which follow through onto the palate with hints of spice and honey with a creamy texture.
According to the reports, British Airways would also be serving Fever-Tree Indian and Naturally Light tonic waters to its customers travelling in First Class or booking business class tickets in Club World cabin, as well as its domestic lounges.
Colin Talbot, British Airways’ Head of Catering, said, “The airline is delighted with its latest offerings as it will help boost its business. The introduction of Fever-Tree tonic water and Bolney Estate Pinot Gris 2014 wine iwill prove to be a real coup both for British Airways and its customers.”
Meanwhile, in another development, British Airways unveiled the option of purchasing an alternative “enhanced” meal for its customers travelling in economy class cabins effective from the month of May this year.
The customers booking tickets in World Traveller cabins are being offered five meal options. These include Gourmet Dining, Vegetarian Kitchen, Taste of Britain, Healthy Choice and Great British Breakfast. The new meals in economy class are being offered on flights from London Heathrow to Atlanta, Denver, San Diego, Phoenix, Mexico City, Austin, Houston, Dallas, Miami and Seattle.