POST Online Media Lite Edition



 

Hainan Airlines brings five-star cuisine with menu by Michelin-starred chefs

Staff Writer |
Hainan Airlines held the launch event for its new "Restaurant on Board" service at the Grand Hyatt Beijing.

Article continues below






The event was bringing together Michelin-starred chefs from around the world as well as leading Chinese chefs and gourmet food experts.

The launch event, themed "Enjoy delicacies on board", engaged guests in sharing the experience, as they showcased Hainan Airlines' high quality in-flight services.

During the event, Hainan Airlines displayed its airline cuisine menu designed exclusively for its passengers by Michelin-starred chefs who articulated what could be expected as specialties for passengers boarding Hainan Airlines' flights departing from Paris, Berlin and Brussels.

These passengers will be served delicacies from different parts of the world while in the air. The new Michelin menu is part of Hainan Airlines' "Exclusive Restaurant on Board" program.

Hainan Airlines plans to launch more in-flight special and gourmet meals based on new international routes in the future.

The airline has also hired renowned Chinese chefs as advisors for the Chinese food served so that Chinese tourists returning home can experience authentic Chinese meals while on board.

In addition to providing full support for the design and preparation of meals served on Hainan Airlines' international routes, the chefs will be on board the flight and, while visiting with the passengers, will have them sample the foods as they share stories behind the research and development that went into the creation of the new meals.

In addition, Hainan Airlines' signature in-flight service, Restaurant on Board five-star private cuisine, debuted at the launch event, giving passengers the opportunity to enjoy five-star cuisine while in-flight.


What to read next

Michelin Group free cash flow 965 million euros
Michelin H1 profit up, sales down
Michelin 2016 net income increased to 1.68 billion euros