Passengers can order in-flight delivery up to one hour before departure.
The orders are neatly delivered at the entrance, literally at the door of the aircraft, just before departure, so that the food service can take place in a more varied and targeted manner, according to the partners. This also prevents unnecessary walking in the cabin and there are fewer contact moments. There is a choice of about ten dishes, it is promised. This ‘In-flight delivery’ is a pilot (sic!) of Transavia and Thuisbezorgd.nl in collaboration with iFleat and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The service is currently available on flights to four destinations in Greece, Portugal and Italy. This is expected to be expanded in the future to more flights and airports where Transavia is also active, such as Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Eindhoven Airport.
Transavia Restaurant on Thuisbezorgd.nl
The passengers on the selected flights will be personally informed by e-mail about the offer of in-flight delivery. Thanks to the Thuisbezorgd.nl service, they can then choose from ten different meals at the Transavia Restaurant. iFleat is responsible for the culinary interpretation and logistics and thus provides the Transavia menu.
Keep virus out of planes
Meanwhile, ‘corona-killers’ should also make flying holidays with other airlines safe again, the Telegraph. According to global umbrella organization IATA, the aviation health craze to keep corona out of airplanes represents a revolution, just as the 9/11 attacks in the United States twenty years ago also brought about a change in flight safety thinking. All sides are now working hard on the latest anti-virus gadgets, ‘the ktant reports.
Read on here: Ultimate “corona killers” must make flying holidays safe again.
(PvWK, sources: Thuisbezorgd.nl, Entree and TG, photo: Transavia)
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