This New Menu from Qantas Could Reduce Your Jet Lag

It has been designed to increase hydration and help reduce jet lag aboard its newly launched 17-hour flights from Perth to London.

Poached eggs with kale, quinoa, and grilled halloumi.

Australia’s flag carrier has designed a new menu designed to increase hydration and help reduce jet lag aboard its newly launched 17-hour flights from Perth to London.

The airline has worked with clinical sleep specialists and nutritionists at the University of Sydney to develop healthier options across all cabins.

A citrus, cumin, and zucchini salad topped with marinated beef is now offered in economy class, while those traveling in business can order tuna poke salad and a breakfast dish of poached eggs with kale, quinoa, and grilled halloumi, shown above.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the April/May 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“In-flight Dining”).

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