Airplane Food: Is dining in-flight a good option or are you better off having your meal before boarding the flight?
Ever heard of pizzas getting delivered to an airplane? As bizarre as it may sound, this unusual yet unique order took place on Monday night.
Domino's pizza manager Andy Ritchie has taken a lot of orders, but never one quite like this: to feed an entire plane full of hungry, delayed passengers, stuck on the tarmac. It was about 10:30 ...
Air India said Saturday it was investigating how a lizard ended up in one of its in-flight meals, in the latest embarrassment to hit the struggling airline.
Many passengers attempted to follow the volunteers as they were seen rotating their necks, shoulders and arms, while sitting on their seats.
Food on airplanes is typically unappetizing but airline catering company, TajSATS, which has recently been awarded the 'Best Inflight Caterer' for the year 2016, attempts to incorporate inflight innovations through food preparation and presentation
Why would airlines willingly serve bad tasting food instead of sourcing better ingredients and closing in on smarter recipes. After talking to a few food experts and some factual digging, the science of it all ...
According to few recent studies, snacking is found to be much beneficial as compared to eating large meals when flying for longer hours.
Studies suggest that our taste buds find it difficult to identify and process different tastes in a pressurized air cabin.
Talk about being a hero. A Delta Airlines pilot ordered pizzas to calm angry passengers when the airline's plane bound for Atlanta from Philadelphia was diverted to Knoxville, Tennessee because of storms.