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Three Airlines That'll Fulfill Your Krispy Kreme Donut Kravings

November 9, 2011 at 9:10 AM | by | Comments (0)

It's Wednesday—the middle of the week—and we're traveling. We need something to get through the rest of the week and you know what would do the trick? A sugar rush brought on by some Krispy Kreme donuts. It'd be even better if they were in-flight Krispy Kreme donuts.

Good news for us and everyone! Krispy Kremes aren't just limited to standalone stores and the occasional airport kiosk; some airlines actually do serve up the glazed masterpieces direct to your traytable. For this they get major brownie donut points!

Three airlines serving Krispy Kreme in the skies:

· Volaris
The partnership between this Mexican airline and KK is so tight that Volaris even painted the donut company's logo on the side of one of their Airbus 319s. Here's a pic is you don't believe us. It's not just on the outside, however; passengers flying Volaris are served a Krispy Kreme donut for breakfast or snack service.

· AirAsia
We can all thank the tastebuds of AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes for this one, as he loved the donuts so much he introduced them to his airline's paid snack menu in 2009. It's not just plain glazed either; choose from chocolate iced glazed, glazed chocolate cake, glazed vanilla cake and chocolate peanut butter. They're made in Malaysia, but from the same classic recipe. Would you want to chew on stale ones imported from the US anyways? We didn't think so.

· Jetstar
The newest airline on the block to feature Krispy is Jetstar out of Melbourne, Australia. The partnership only came about this last September and the yummies can only be found on domestic Australia flights, but still—awesome.

Curious to see what airlines serve Starbucks coffee? We've got a list of those, too.

[Photo: jcapaldi]

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