If you are taking business class flights to/from Dubai International Airport (DXB) and traveling to different parts of the world, then get ready to give wings to your appetite with some really delicious cuisines being offered by leading international carriers on board your flights. Just sample the cuisines that you can look forward to while traveling on Emirates Airline, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Qantas Airways or Air France-KLM. Let’s get an insight into all that will be offered to you while being over 30,000 feet above in the air.
Emirates Airline, which is currently serving 144 destinations in 81 countries around the world, is renowned for its fabled Arabian hospitality. Flying in the airline is a treat in itself. The airline offers fantastic gourmet meals to its customers traveling in First Class and Business Class. Being a privileged customer you can look forward to savoring special mezze spread, which includes hummus, baba ghanouj, tabouleh, muhammara among other Middle Eastern salads.
British Airways operates twice daily flights services between London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and Dubai International Airport. The customers traveling in First Class and Club World (Business Class) are provided great meals consisting of roasted cherry wine tomatoes and Penne pasta with salsa tartar.
Singapore Airlines is presently offering 10 flights services between Singapore Changi Airport (SN) and Dubai International Airport per week. The premium customers traveling in Singapore Airlines Suites and First Class can look forward to delectable Lobster thermidor. It’s indeed a fabulous treat.
Cathay Pacific Airways
The meals served by Cathay Pacific Airways on board its flights to Bahrain, Shanghai and Beijing from Dubai is simply amazing. Get ready to enjoy spring vegetables, fillet of sea bass and pesto dressing sauce when traveling on business class flights.
Qantas Airways is operating daily flights to Melbourne, Sydney and London from Dubai. These destinations are being served with the help of Airbus A380 aircrafts. The cuisines served in business class cabins are exotic and simply delicious. Get ready to treat yourself to egg noodle salad and roast duck with ginger, sesame, cucumber, black fungi and shallot dressing.
Air France is currently offering seven flights per week between Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) and Dubai International Airport, while its partner KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is conducting similar number of flights every week between Amsterdam and Dubai. Both the airlines have created a fabulous menu proposed to be offered on all long haul routes, except Korea, Vietnam, China and Japan. The menu to be provided on business class flights comprises of mozzarella cheese, pan-seared shrimp and warm tomatoes enhanced by a sprinkling of basil and a butter sauce with Madagascar vanilla.