Another Airline Jumps Onboard the Pre-Ordered Premium Meals Bandwagon
Now that Malaysia Airlines has become a full-fledged member in the Oneworld Alliance, they've enhanced the experience for hungry premium passengers by letting more people in on the Chef-On-Call service.
Originally only for Platinum level frequent-flyers in their Enrich program traveling in first and business class, the perk was eventually offered to all who could pay the big bucks for a first class seat. Now, the folks in the business class cabin get to pick their meal before flying. Unlike the chef programs of a few other airlines, however, there's not actually a chef on-board.
All you ballers flying from Kuala Lumpur to and from Europe, Australia, and New Zealand can choose from a long list of Malaysian fare, including Nasi Lemak, Assam Pedas Fish and Beef Korma. All totaled up, there are about 30 different meals to prevent frequent-flyer-food-boredom.
With such a selection, we can't imagine any passenger will go hungry. One thing that we do know is that there won't be any fancy-schmancy kiddie meals on their new Airbus 380s since they still don't allow children in the premium cabins.
[Photo: Malaysia Airlines]