Air India, now owned by the Tata Group, has launched a revamped menu for food and beverages on its domestic flights, coinciding with the onset of the festival season.
Since Tata took over the airline in January, efforts have been made to enhance services, expand the fleet,
and boost market share in the rapidly growing domestic aviation sector.
The latest update includes a wide range of flavorful meals, appetizers, and delectable main courses, all inspired by India’s local cuisine.
Economy Class Dining Experience
Starting from October 1st, Air India will offer passengers an array of options on the new menu that prioritize both taste and health.
For breakfast, economy class travelers can enjoy Paneer Mushroom Omelette, Dry Jeera Potato Veg, Garlic Tossed Spinach, and Corn.
Lunch options feature Vegetable Biryani, Malabar Chicken Curry, and Mixed Vegetable Poriyal.
High-tea offerings include Vegetable Fried Noodles, Chili Chicken, Blueberry Vanilla Pastry, and Coffee Truffle Slice.
Business Class Culinary Delights
Passengers flying in the business class of Air India will be treated to a delectable selection of dishes.
For breakfast, the menu includes Buttery and Flaky Croissants, Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate Oatmeal Muffins, Cheese and Truffle Oil Scrambled Egg with Chives,
as well as Aloo Paratha, Meduvada, and Podidli, representing Indian cuisine.
Lunch options consist of Fish Curry, Chicken Chettinad, and Aloo Podima. High-tea features Mumbai Batawada, Grilled Sliced Pesto Chicken Sandwich, and Chicken 65.
Carefully Curated by Expert Chefs
The airline has collaborated with experienced chefs to curate the new menu, ensuring a delightful culinary experience for passengers.
The selection of dishes not only focuses on taste but also takes into account the health and well-being of travelers.
Additionally, special consideration has been given to accommodate various festivals.
Air India aims to revamp the menu for international flights in the near future and plans to introduce more exciting dishes soon.
After the takeover of Air India by Tata Group, a lot has changed. Starting from upper management to cabin crew, there are lots of improvements and additions. Now the airlines has revised it’s meal menu. Meals are not preferred for short distances, but if you are travelling to longer distances, it becomes essential.
With introduction of new meal menu, Air India has caters to the need of foreign individuals as well. Menu Items are filled with many cuisines. The in-Flight meal menu revision is on foreign routes as well.
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