G. Deacon, Civil Engineer, B.E(Bachelor of Engineering), Trenton, New Jersey
Answered Dec 11, 2019
Appetizing meals are really much appreciated in this present-day world, and this has been taken into, even in the in-flight meals. However, the best airlines that serve the most appetizing meals in the world, as reported by the Daily Meal are the emirate airline, Turkish airline, Singapore Airlines, Australia airlines, Qatar Airways, Air France, Thai Airways, and Cathay pacific. These are the listed airlines that are top-rated by the Daily meal, though I am wondering why Etihad Airways is not among them.
Etihad airway is one of the airway transports that offer the best in the world, just that they may not really provide economy class transport service effectively. They are just first class. The airway companies are really improving on their meals by employing capable hands to handle the kitchen. Cooking in the airplane is not that easy, after all. They also make sure they make provision for substitute meals should in case you are not pleased with the meal served to you.
All things are relative, it has been said. While that statement may not be true for literally…all…things, it is true for…most…things, most notably: food. When we fly, one aspect of that flight experience that is subject to great variance is the quality of the food that we are served.
An organization that monitors airline passenger satisfaction is AirTrax, which surveyed more than 18.8 million passengers on 200 airlines.
United Arab Emirates-based Etihad Airways was found by AirTrax to offer the most appetizing of foods for first-class passengers. Their wines are discriminatingly chosen from boutique vineyards from around the world. Arabian recipes are crafted with fresh ingredients and delivered by flight attendants who exude hospitality.
Austrian Airlines was recipient of AirTrax’s Passenger Choice Award for business-class cuisine. The upscale DO and CO caterers supply their delicious and delectable delights.
Air New Zealand was AirTrak’s selection for top economy-class cuisine.
Famous chefs, whose names and reputations are at stake, provide this airline’s cuisine. Seafood, kiwi and sweet potato dishes are staples.
Flying is a commonplace activity around the world, but dining on the foods of Etihad and Australian Airlines as well as Air New Zealand is anything but commonplace.