Starting this month, passengers flying business class on Lufthansa’s long-haul flights can enjoy the airline’s all-new restaurant service, a dining concept focused on delivering a more personal approach to travelers’ requests, akin to that of a top-class restaurant. With the new service, passengers will have their orders taken and their table set with ceramic crockery, while food will be served directly from the galley. This replaces the typical in-flight dining service where set meals are served on trays from flight trolleys.
The restaurant service was introduced in June and July on the Airbus A380 routes to New York (JFK) and Miami, but has now been made available on A380 services to Houston, Johannesburg, Los Angeles, Miami, Delhi, Beijing, San Fransisco, Shanghai, Seoul, and Singapore starting August 1. The airline will subsequently introduce the concept on Boeing 747-400 and 747-8 flights from Frankfurt starting October 1, and on the Airbus A340 fleet from Frankfurt and Munich to Asia and the Middle East on October 25.
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