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FUN MAGAZINE, September, 2005.
it or not: In-flight meals can be delicious, too!
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By Josie Wu Translated by Cara Steenstra,
Li-fan Chen, Irene Chiang
In the past, in-flight meals were not
generally something that passengers looked forward to.
However, all that has started to change, as many airlines
are striving to bring great food onto their aircraft
in order to provide passengers with a satisfactory dining
experience, especially during long-distance flights.
This year, Thai Airways has just completed
a corporate image makeover. In keeping with its traditional
"smooth as silk" spirit, Thai is providing
exquisite service to passengers in its four cabin classes:
Royal First, Royal Silk, Premium Economy, and Economy.
Inside the Thai-style Royal First class, passengers
can enjoy exclusive tableside service, experience a
foretaste of Thai atmosphere, and savor delicious Thai
cuisine, as well as other exclusively selected delicacies
from time to time. Royal Silk and Premium Economy also
provide a great variety of delicacies and table wines
from around the world. Thai dishes such as Hot and Sour
Soup with Prawns, Massaman Curry with Chicken, and Khanom
Ba-Bin (Coconut Cake), plus Western entrees such as
Caviar, Lobster Thermidor, and Rack of Lamb with Rosemary
Sauce, all come with an unlimited supply of free drinks.
In addition, the airline provides a reservation service
to provide special meals for passengers with special
dining requirements due to religion or health conditions.
Thai Airways stresses that even passengers in the Economy
class are able to enjoy a variety of flight meals, not
to mention the same attentive service that all of its