The meal costs around € 460. Photo credit: Shutterstock / Dmitriy Halacevich (photo image)
Are the airports closed or almost, do the restaurants keep their doors closed? Anyway, a Japanese airline decides to defy the bans and embark on a rather unusual process. But in compliance with the conditions of the hygiene protocol!
For example, Japanese company All Nippon Airways is now offering a first class meal on the plane … Be careful, don’t imagine yourself taking off from Tokyo to try your menu over the land of the rising sun … No! You will try your sushi, which is pinned to the asphalt, but on board an airplane … So just a taste trip, but in a rather unusual place.
Great service isn’t reserved for all budgets, however, as the food costs around € 460. The meals offered are reserved for the usual long haul. On March 31, 56 people were able to taste their dishes on board an airplane. The menu includes Japanese-style beef, Western-style beef or fish. … With a breathtaking view of the tarmac at Haneda Airport in Tokyo!
The company All Nippon Airways explains that it wanted to enable passengers to discover Business Class with their five senses! Wouldn’t this be more like any other means of getting some cash into the airline’s coffers? The airline sector has been in a big deficit for a year … and we have to innovate to stop the bleeding caused by Covid 19!
All Nippon Airways is now offering a first class meal on a grounded aircraft. Photo Credit: Shutterstock / LightField Studios (Illustrative Photo)
“We designed this service so that customers can experience the ambience of first-class and business-class cabins with all five senses,” says the project manager. “The idea was developed by employees who wanted to use planes parked under coronavirus travel restrictions. »Explains the Nikkei Asia website.
22 three-hour dinners and lunches are already planned for April. When is a candlelit dinner with a bird’s eye view of Orly or Roissy? For this price maybe a luxury country picnic in the Fontainebleau forest or not?