National carrier Air India (AI) has decided to revise its on-board catering service and provide a wider variety in its in-flight cuisine on metro sector flights of over 90 minutes from April 1.
“Passengers flying with the national carrier can now look forward to more variety in dining, be it breakfast, lunch, dinner or high tea. The airline will offer variety of menu to suit all types of palates, Indian and continental,” an AI spokesperson said.
“The choices for vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals will be available to passengers flying both in economy and business class. The meals will include a blend of cuisine from all regions. Due care is being taken to ensure that it is cooked and served in a manner that the freshness of the food is retained. Salads and desserts will include gourmet items,” the airline said.