Air China Announces New Entrées and Wines

By Jesse Sokolow on 8 November 2013
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An Air China aircraft at Munich Airport

An Air China aircraft at Munich Airport

Air China announced the introduction of classic Chinese and Western dishes in its first and business class cabins onboard its Beijing-Frankfurt, Los Angeles, and San Francisco routes.  In addition, the airline announced the offering of French vintage wines onboard its European and U.S. routes operated with Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

The carrier’s new menu items include crabmeat buns, salmon stock, and mushroom cream soup.  The airline’s catering time for menu items is less than 45 minutes.

In addition, the airline offers wines such as Chateau Brane Cantenac Margaux Bordeaux, and Chateau Leoville Poyferre St. Julien Classified Growth.  Air China’s wines were selected by the carrier’s team of wine connoisseurs.

Last month, the carrier announced it would begin new Beijing-Siem Reap service on December 1, and Beijing-Honolulu service on January 21, 2014.

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