These days air travel is increasingly becoming modern and glamorous. There are several things that a modern travelers wants, whether it’s arriving at the airport on chauffeur-driven cars, priority check-in and security, or shower and meals at airport lounges. Apart from on ground amenities, the travelers also look forward to luxurious experience on board the flights as well. International airlines are not lagging behind in offering these facilities and much more, particularly to their premium customers.
Singapore Airlines is one such prominent carrier which is constantly addressing the concerns of its customers and taking good care of them, both on the ground and in the air. The airline has launched its ‘Book The Cook’ service to keep its premium customers pampered and satiated. The passengers booking business class tickets on Singapore Airlines will now be able to pre-order their favorite meals from the menu at least 24 hours prior to their scheduled departure.
A spokesperson of Singapore Airlines said that all types meals barring the Continental Breakfast and Refreshment are offered under Book The Cook service for business class customers. The meals can be pre-ordered from the airline’s website itself by clicking on ‘SelectMeals’ button and choosing the ‘Book The Cook’ in the dropdown of Meal Category.
The ‘Book The Cook’ service can be availed on all flights departing from Singapore Changi Airport, and also on business class flights to Singapore from San Francisco, New York, Sydney, Paris, Melbourne, London, Hong Kong, Dubai, Beijing, Amsterdam, and many other international destinations. A wide range of local and international cuisines comprise the menu, though this also varies depending on the departure city. If you are traveling from Singapore, you will be offered a wide selection of native delicacies. However, the Western menu when traveling from Milan would be prominently featuring many Italian dishes. Among the cuisines offered when flying out of Singapore include Indian, Thai, Malay, Chinese, Japanese, Western, and obviously Singaporean.