Articles tagged “airline catering”

Airlines

A Russian Airline Is Delivering Its Meals to Grounded Travelers Nostalgic for In-Flight Food

We're travel obsessives, but we don't miss airplane food. That said, we congratulate Ural Airlines on finding a way to make a few people smile with this marketing gimmick.

A Russian Airline Is Delivering Its Meals to Grounded Travelers Nostalgic for In-Flight Food

Airlines

How Airlines Decide What You’ll Eat and Drink On Board

With their onboard food and drink programs, airlines want to keep passengers happy. But they also want to keep costs reasonable.

How Airlines Decide What You’ll Eat and Drink On Board

Airlines

Brexit Forces Airline Caterer to Stockpile In-Flight Meals

With the UK still divided over the hows, whats and whens of Brexit, companies are having to adapt to the uncertainty. We'll see more stockpiling across all industries as the deadline approaches.

Brexit Forces Airline Caterer to Stockpile In-Flight Meals

Airlines

Why Airlines Rarely Know Exactly How Much Food and Drink They Need for Each Flight

Will data science change how airlines stock food and drink carts? It could happen, and EasyJet is leading the way.

Why Airlines Rarely Know Exactly How Much Food and Drink They Need for Each Flight

Airlines

United Airlines Catering Workers at Some U.S. Airports Vote to Unionize

United probably wishes the workers would have rejected the union. But four-fifths of the airline's workers are covered by collective bargaining agreements, so it's mostly business as usual.

United Airlines Catering Workers at Some U.S. Airports Vote to Unionize

Airlines

Why Lufthansa Should Keep Its Catering Arm

The German national airline might sell its catering division. And that would be a mistake, given that the unit covers its costs and helps provide diversification in the event of an economic downturn. Focusing on core competencies is a buzzword now, but prudence is advice for the ages.

Why Lufthansa Should Keep Its Catering Arm

Airlines

Lufthansa Group May Sell Its Catering Arm as In-Flight Food Demand Dwindles

Lufthansa owns more ancillary businesses than most airlines, and generally that works out OK. But airline catering is not a growth industry, so maybe it's time for the company to get out of the business.

Lufthansa Group May Sell Its Catering Arm as In-Flight Food Demand Dwindles

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HNA Asset Sales Hit Speed Bump Over Canceled Airline Caterer IPO

HNA Group has always been something of a complicated beast and it looks like this has scared off potential investors worried about the lack of clarity surrounding the Swiss airline catering IPO.

HNA Asset Sales Hit Speed Bump Over Canceled Airline Caterer IPO

Airlines

British Airways Finally Improves Its Catering — Business of Loyalty

After so much bad news for passengers flying on British Airways, there's finally a bit of improvement coming to the airline — but only for international travelers.

British Airways Finally Improves Its Catering — Business of Loyalty

Airlines

Complications of Getting Catering to the Plane — Airline Innovation Report

Are you upset some airlines charge $3 for a soda? There's a reason prices are higher than at a convenience store. It's not easy or cheap to get provisions onto an aircraft.

Complications of Getting Catering to the Plane — Airline Innovation Report