Catering & Inflight Service

 

Do & Co’s fiscal year notes catering sales increase

Airline catering sales for the Do & Co’s fiscal year increased 14.4% to €400.23 (US$525.21 million) million fueling a year where the company’s EBIT profit increased 27.5% to €41.31 million (US$54.20 million) for all its operations.

BAS gets second medical contract

Bahrain Airport Services has been picked by the Kingdom’s Ministry of Health to provide breakfast catering services to Salmaniya Medical Centre patients for an initial trial period of six months, the caterer announced last week.

Air India considering domestic buy-on-board

The Business Standard, a leading business magazine in India, reports today that Air India is considering charging passengers for meals on its domestic flights.

Business Class next step for flydubai

flydubai today announced the launch of business class services, with first bookings starting this summer and first flight in the fall.

Seasonal fare featured on Air France La Première

A range summer salads with ingredients that passengers can choose themselves • Rosé wine on the menu
• New dishes signed by Joël Robuchon

MEIKO announces new Head of Export Sales and Marketing

Klaus Engesser has been appointed as MEIKO's new head of Export Sales and Marketing for dishwashing technology.

Catering growth for dnata with two new customers at Changi Airport

dnata added two new customers to its catering operations’ client roster at Changi Airport—Qatar Airways and SWISS.

Cathay Pacific holds Product Launch Cocktail of “CX Holidays Signature

Cathay Pacific Airways recently held their Product Launch Cocktail of “CX Holidays Signature - World Collection 2013" last week.

Restructuring at Servair beginning June 5, 2013

Michel Emeyriat, Chairman and Managing Director of the French airline catering and cleaning company Servair, has announced the details of a company restructure, which was introduced on June 5, 2013.

Flying Food Servair ORD welcomes fourth new customer for 2013

Flying Food Servair ORD recently welcomed Austrian Airlines (OS) as a customer for the new OS route between Chicago and Vienna.

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