NITN | @notintownlive | 20 Nov 2021, 06:08 am
Mumbai: AirAsia India is resuming inflight food and beverage service across all its routes as of Friday in line with relaxations in the Covid19 regulatory guidelines issued by the government on Nov 16, which had earlier restricted meal service on flights less than 2 hours.
Guests can choose to pre-book their meals from a wide range of veg, non-veg and vegan hot meals and sandwiches or purchase light bites, hot and cold beverages and ready-to-eat meals inflight on flights above 75 minutes, the airline said in a release.
For short-haul flights under 75 minutes, guests can choose from a wide range of snacks, ready-to-eat meals and sandwiches.
Known for offering a wide range of options including meals specially curated for the airline by MasterChef Kirti Bhoutika, the airline offers vegan, eggetarian, pescatarian, non-vegetarian and Jain meal options along with other delectable desserts.
AirAsia India’s inflight meals are catered by the reputed TajSATS Air Catering, maintaining the highest standards of presentation, cleanliness, and hygiene with strict adherence to HACCP and FSSAI guidelines on food safety and hygiene, it said.
Headquartered in Bengaluru, India, AirAsia India Limited is a joint venture between Tata Sons Private Limited and AirAsia Investment Limited. AirAsia India commenced operations on 12th June 2014 and flies over 50 direct and 100 connecting routes across India.
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