JAL to Revamp In-Flight Dining Menus on Routes to China, Hong Kong, Taiwan
Japan Airlines announced that it will begin serving new menu items in its premium economy and economy class cabins on various international routes next month.
Beginning June 1, JAL will offer new dishes on flights from Tokyo Narita, Tokyo Haneda, and Osaka to China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, and will offer the same new items in premium economy and economy on flights from Nagoya to China and Taiwan starting September 1.
The new in-flight menus will be developed from popular local dishes from Hokkaido, a Japanese city which Japan Airlines says is a popular tourist destination for both Japanese and international tourists.
The first new item will be a two-flavor curry and rice, followed by various other main courses based on well-known Hokkaido dishes. Japan Airlines says that it will offer a new main dish every 15 days.
Additionally, the airline will begin serving Shiroi Koibito, which is a European-style cookie, and butter cream sandwiches in September. The carrier will also offer Häagen-Dazs ice cream on international flights between June and August.
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