Behind the Scenes: How Singapore Airlines Prepares its Meal Service

Discussion in 'Singapore Airlines | KrisFlyer' started by sobore, Mar 9, 2012.  |  Print Topic

  1. sobore
    Original Member

    sobore Gold Member

    Messages:
    12,421
    Likes Received:
    33,847
    Status Points:
    16,520
    http://blog.seattlepi.com/airlinere...singapore-airlines-prepares-its-meal-service/

    [​IMG]

    When it comes to airline food, most people have a pretty low expectation of what they will receive. That expectation has lowered even further over the past few years with the almost-complete elimination of free airline food served on domestic flights within the United States. To find a decent airline meal, one needs to take an international flight. Typically, the amount you pay for a ticket will correlate with the level of meal you will receive. How does a world class airline go about providing multiple meals for up to 477 passengers on just one flight? I wasn’t sure, but when I was recently given the opportunity to check out how Singapore Airlines runs its food operation out of San Francisco (SFO), I could not refuse (note that my trip down and back were taken care of by Singapore Airlines and JetSuite).

    Read More: http://blog.seattlepi.com/airlinere...singapore-airlines-prepares-its-meal-service/
     
  2. SQ LPP
    Original Member

    SQ LPP Gold Member

    Messages:
    12,684
    Likes Received:
    38,789
    Status Points:
    16,520
    It is very interesting indeed to observe and to experience how SQ makes plan for the meals served on board. :)
     
  3. Valentine

    Valentine Silver Member

    Messages:
    189
    Likes Received:
    206
    Status Points:
    375
    I can't imagine how the life of an SQ food taster (if there's even such a position) would be like. Mmm menu changes every quarter (though I would have thought that it would be more often than that).
     

Share This Page