Catering & Inflight Service


Flying Food Group HNL welcomes Qantas

FFG is also the caterer for Qantas operations at LAX and SFO

Qantas partners with Sheridan and Galileo Watermark for new First Class bedding

The airline unveiled its new bedding for its A380 First Class suites created exclusively by Australian premium home and lifestyle brand, Sheridan, marking the first stage of Qantas’ major A380 fleet cabin upgrade

Qantas unveils new tableware line designed by David Caon

The 16-piece set crafted from fine bone china in five-piece brush and stainless steel cutlery

Qantas showcases Aussie art on Business Class amenity kits

From May 1st, the new range of kits featuring select artworks from 16 Australians specializing in a variety of different styles will be offered to Business Class customers on international flights, with two designs launching every few months

Bangkok Air Catering enters partnership with Qantas, flydubai

Both Qantas and flydubai have chosen the Bangkok-based caterer to be their catering partner at Suvarnabhumi International Airport

Green Gourmet’s managing director named Director of the Year

Julie Moore, Managing Director of UK-based Green Gourmet, has been named the Director of the Year at this year’s South West UK Director Awards

SATS year-ends show pressure on aviation in region

A combination of high costs and pressure on aviation in the Asian region cut into revenues and profits for SATS over the company’s fiscal year, which ended March 31.

SATS ends year with drop in meals, increases elsewhere

Flights and passenger handling by SATS ended the year on an up note as did cargo throughput which has been suffering in recent years; however the company’s meal production continued to see the outcome of Qantas Airways’ change in hub operations from Singapore to Dubai.

SATS notes drop in Q3 meal production

The loss of Qantas Airways European service through Singapore continued to cause a drop in quarterly meal production at SATS, while other company services showed an increase.

SATS ends Q2 with increased in PAX handling, and flights

Increases in low-cost carrier traffic resulted in double-digit growth in passenger handling for SATS, while the company’s catering unit continued to see decreases in meal production as a result of Qantas Airways moving its hub operations from Changi International Airport to Dubai International Airport.

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