Some United Airlines‘ (NYSE:UAL) passengers on long-haul international flights are in for a treat. The airline now offers restaurant-style entrees to its customers seated in first-class or business-class cabins.
“The changes come after many months of input from customers and from our Congress of Chefs, as well as taste-testing sessions,” Vice President of Food Service Sandra Pineau-Boddison said in a press release. “Our goal is to deliver a better and more-consistent experience for our customers, while offering greater variety and choice.”
United Global First and United BusinessFirst customers can choose between selections of beef, chicken, fish and vegetarian-style pastas. All premium-cabin meals conclude with made-to-order ice cream sundaes, liqueurs, port wine and coffee.
The upgraded menu will be available on flights between the U.S. and Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South America, Asia and Australia.