In flight catering can be a variable experience some days – especially in Economy Class. Sometimes you can get great meals, and other days you can get items which you can spend hours working out what it was meant to be.
Some airlines have introduced additional catering options that are paid for – replacing the first service. Lufthansa now follows others airline introducing what it calls “a la carte dining”.
The airline plans to offer seven different meals, varying from grilled steak to Bento Box, to pasta to curry. Items will be served on what the airlines called “stylish porcelain”.
The meals will be offered on intercontinental flights from Frankfurt and Munich, and are served “on-demand” as opposed to the first meal offered on board
As a paid option, you’re going to need to reach into your pocket for these meals – with Lufthansa charging between €19 to €33 per meal.
These meals will be available to order from May 2018, and can be booked on lufthansa.com up to 24 hours before departure of your flight
For those who don’t want to reach into their pockets, Lufthansa will continue to offer the existing food and drinks in Economy and Premium Economy Class.
The offering of an additional catered product is welcome for those passengers who wants something a little different when in the air – or want something predictable.
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