New website monitors in-flight food
Published on Jun 20, 2012
A new website has been launched that keeps track on airlines' in-flight dining options. Create by Australian food enthusiast Nikos Loukas, the site, inflightfeed.com, offers information on airlines' in-flight menus and invites flyers to upload their own reviews and pictures of their in-flight meal experience. The website highlights more than 80 airlines worldwide which offer paid meals and snacks to passengers. "I wanted to show passengers that there are great options out there to choose from. I don't believe that anyone has ever completed a trip such as this before, it was certainly interesting," said Loukas.
To research the menus, Loukas flew on up to four different airlines each day, taking photos, timing cabin crew service levels, reviewing the in-flight meal purchases and compiling a video of the whole experience. "Each airline offered different levels of in flight meal options for passengers. Some were excellent, others mediocre. Possibly the best options were the pre-order options, where passengers pre order a 'deluxe meal', which is usually of a business class standard," he added.
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