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15 Airlines And The Food Served In The Economy Vs. Business Class

Thursday, May 12, 2016, 3:54 pm


Food served on airplanes looks very good, but tastes bad! If you are a frequent traveler, you might have already told to yourself this on more than one occasion! In reality, the food isn't that bad. The problem is with our taste buds that don't work effectively at 35,000 feet above the ground. Almost all famous international airlines serve great food to their customers. As you may already know, the food menu is not same for economy and business class travelers. Business class travelers are served with exotic food and nice wine while the economy class passengers have to adjust to regular food. 
Check these fifteen pictures that show different types of food served in the economy and business class of the major global airlines. 
1.Singapore Airlines

Singapore Airlines is very well known for its good food. As you can see from the picture, the economy class food looks okay, but the business class food along with the champagne looks classic! 
Economy


Singapore Airlines-15 Airlines And The Food Served In The Economy Vs. Business Class
Business


Singapore Airlines-15 Airlines And The Food Served In The Economy Vs. Business Class


2.Emirates Airlines

The economy class food looks too good! The business class passengers have access to some of the world's best wines and champagnes. 
Economy


Emirates Airlines-15 Airlines And The Food Served In The Economy Vs. Business Class
Business


Emirates Airlines-15 Airlines And The Food Served In The Economy Vs. Business Class


3.Turkish Airlines

Rice, beans and beef - a typical non-vegetarian Middle East meal for the economy class travelers. The business class passengers have the opportunity to enjoy nice seafood.
Economy


Turkish Airlines-15 Airlines And The Food Served In The Economy Vs. Business Class
Business


Turkish Airlines-15 Airlines And The Food Served In The Economy Vs. Business Class





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