The top known airline namely Lufthansa has introduced a recent a la carte dining for premium economy and economy travelers while on their long-haul jetliners.
This new dining option would commence from May 2018 and passengers will enjoy an opportunity to make a selection from seven-paid for meals that would cost between $16 and $41 comprising a Japanese Bento Box, grilled steak, hearty Bavarian snacks, an Asian menu with quinoa, Thai curry, and Mediterranean pasta with shrimp.
The newly introduced meals are available on all of the intercontinental aircrafts from Frankfurt and Munich. Passengers can order the cuisines from Luftansa.com up to 24 hours before the departure.
Lufthansa Airlines takes immense delight to announce that new menu option will not replace the prevalent drink and food offerings in both premium economy and economy class flights.
This German airline joins hands with a number of other major carriers in incorporating the a la carte option along with the free meal service. Recently, Air France launched a ‘My Fun Menu’ to its prevailing paid-for meal option comprising yoghurt, crisps, burger and doughnut whereas the British Airways provides a paid-for menu on several selected jetliners flying from Heathrow. A similar a la carte menu is also offered on Lufthansa Group Carrier Swiss Intercontinental flights.