Singapore Airlines to Serve “Wellness Cuisine” on World’s Longest Flight

Passengers can tuck into nutrition-focused dishes designed by wellness brand Canyon Ranch.

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What does it take to make the world’s longest flight comfortable for its passengers?

Singapore Airlines, which will resume its nearly 19-hour nonstop flights between Singapore and New York (Newark), has the answers.

Launching on October 11, the service will be operated by a new, two-class (business and premium economy) A350-900ULR, outfitted with the carrier’s latest A38 A380 business-class seat products. The most notable features include direct aisle access, as well as seats that recline into a comfortable full-flat bed for business-class passengers.

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Now, the Singapore flag carrier has announced that “wellness cuisine” will be offered on the upcoming flight between Singapore and New York. Developed in partnership with wellness brand Canyon Ranch, the new nutrition-focused menus will be combined with scientifically-backed sleep, exercise, and stretching strategies designed to reduce jetlag.

While full details are yet to be announced, the airline has revealed two of the dishes: seared chicken and zucchini pappardelle and Lox Eggs Benedict.

Offered alongside its usual meal selections, the new menu will be centered on nutrition and hydration, as well as bold flavors and textures.

To promote relaxation on the long flight, passengers can also follow guided stretching exercises via the in-flight entertainment system.

The new suite of services will first be launched on the ultra-long-haul flights to New York, before being rolled out on Singapore Airlines’ San Francisco and Los Angeles flights.

More information here.

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