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Royal Jordanian enhances Crown Class meals

Posted 5 July 2018 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian has upgraded its meals featured in the Crown Class service on board, starting with July 1, 2018.

 

The upgrades, which are carried out in coordination with dnata Jordan, RJ’s catering provider, are the result of RJ’s continuous efforts to further enrich its guests' experience on board its Crown Class.

The newly introduced appetizer and dessert plates were carefully selected to pair well with the choices of hot meals RJ serves on board and to suit different tastes.

The superior appetisers on Crown Class offer two choices: Arabic mezze and Western hors d'oeuvres. They consist of a variety of meat and seafood choices, including smoked salmon, shrimps, calamari and roast beef, or stuffed vine leaves, tabbouleh, shankleesh and mutabbal. These choices will be changed every two weeks, during different cycles; at the same time, the choices offered to passengers flying onboard RJ from Amman will be different from the choices offered out of Amman. 

RJ President/CEO Stefan Pichler stressed RJ's keenness to continuously improve all guest services, keeping them up to the reputation of this prestigious international company which shows appreciation to its passengers. Part of this endeavor is the meal offer on RJ’s flights, in cooperation with dnata.

He said that the improvements came in response to passengers' suggestions and desires, expressed to RJ, in order to meet these demands and to make passengers' travel experience comfortable and enjoyable, just as RJ is known to have been doing.

Pichler called on all guests to provide RJ with their feedback, promising to maintain an open channel of communication between the airline and its customers.

“We listen to our guests and want to receive their feedback, particularly in regard to our onboard services which RJ constantly works on improving,” he said.

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