Air France collaborates with Servair for Business Class meal boxes
Air France is offering Business Class passengers on short-haul flights a special menu this month, developed in collaboration with Servair Corporate Chef François Adamski, Bocuse d'Or and Meilleur Ouvrier de France. The menu items are served in a specialty meal box, accompanied by a curated wine and champagne list, served in a glass.
The menu changes throughout the day, with flights departing before 10 a.m. serving a breakfast of sandwiches with fillings such as smoked salmon and cream cheese with dill alongside a breakfast pastry. After 10 a.m., passengers on these flights receive a gourmet sandwich with smoked paprika chicken and tarragon vegetables on granary bread, along with French sweets and desserts such as a calisson, a cannelé or a tropézienne, the press release said.
Chef François Adamski has developed this menu by selecting local and seasonal produce, meat, poultry and dairy products of French origin, PDO cheeses and fish from sustainable fisheries.
Air France is committed to sustainable catering, so the meal box and the food waste it contains are sorted on board. With the support of Servair, the boxes are subject to methanization for reprocessing purposes.
Chef François Adamski’s dishes are also being served in the Air France lounge in terminal 2F at Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and to passengers flying in Air France Business Class on medium-haul flights.