Finnair Debuts New Business Class Menus

By Jesse Sokolow on 20 September 2013
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Finnair aircraft at Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Finnair aircraft at Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Finnair announced that it introduced new signature menus in business class on long-haul flights in celebration of the airline’s 90th anniversary.  The new menus will be available throughout the fall, on flights from New York, Chicago, and Miami.

The menus were designed by top Finnish chefs Pekka Terävä and Tomi Björck.  Chef Terävä’s menu features classic Finnish cuisine options, such as reindeer filet and organic barley.

Chef Björck’s menu focuses more on Thai and Japanese elements, such as butternut squash dressed in Asian spices, and Japanese ramen noodles with spicy salmon.  Each menu will be accompanied by various wines.

The new menus are not featured on flights to Chongquing, Xi’an, and Hanoi.

Earlier this year, Finnair became part of a joint business venture between British Airways and Japan Airlines.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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