NEW DELHI: AirAsia India Ltd (AAIL) has also resumed in-flight meal service, weeks after other airlines like IndiGo, Air India, Vistara and SpiceJet did so following relaxations in regulatory guidelines.
AAIL now has range of hot meals in the sky, with nine options including vegan, vegetarian, pescetarian, eggetarian and Jain meal options for guests, apart from sandwiches and desserts. AAIL will also serve complimentary 200ml Aava disposable water bottles to guests on request, the airline said in a statement.
“AirAsia India has a dedicated section of its in-flight menu, called ‘Pioneer’s Pick’, inspired by JRD Tata’s favourites, including a marinated grilled fillet of fish with lemon butter sauce, mashed potato and sautéed vegetables and a cheddar cheese omelette with parsley potato and beetroot cutlet. In addition to JRD’s favourites, the meals include an innovative Vegan Moilee MasterCurry (with tofu, cherry tomatoes, and zucchini, served with raw mango and coconut rice), curated exclusively for the 2020 AirAsia India in-flight menu,” the statement added.
The airline sources its catering from SkyGourmet and TajSATS Air Catering.