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Royal Jordanian enhances on board meals and snacks

Posted 13 September 2017 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian will offer a new selection of snack meals to Economy Class passengers on all short- and medium-haul flights, starting from September 15.

 

RJ President/CEO Stefan Pichler said the move is in keeping with the prevalent tendency in the global air transport industry regarding onboard food offerings.

“We have reworked and enhanced our onboard food concept,” he said, adding that Royal Jordanian would offer high-quality snack meals to its guests, in cooperation with dnata Catering Jordan, whose professional chefs are known for their proficiency in preparing food menus for international airlines operating at Queen Alia International Airport.

Snacks that will be offered on flights to and from all medium- and short- haul destinations will consist of a variety of cheeses, cold meats, entrees and Arabic desserts, as well as mineral water and juices. These food and beverage offerings will cater to the varied tastes and desires of RJ customers, which count multiple nationalities. 

Pichler pointed out that Royal Jordanian will continue offering a new selection of hot meals and special, high-end catering services for its guests in the Crown Class on all medium and long-haul flights, as well as to all Economy Class passengers flying to and from its destinations in the US, Canada, the Far East and London.

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