In-flight Fast Food: Japan Airlines Adds a 'Teriyaki Egg Burger' to the Menu
February 21, 2013 at 8:34 AM
It seems like just the other day we were talking about Colonel Sanders and his finger lickin' good adventure at 35,000-feet. As a quick reminder, the fast food giant KFC sent some of their famous fried chicken up into the friendly skies, as they partnered with Japan Airlines to add a little fried fun into their in-flight menu. Now it looks like the carrier is reaching out into the fast food community once again, as they’re looking to serve up some mile high burgers.
This isn’t the first time, either; it's actually the third time Japan Airlines is collaborating with MOS Burger. It’s just the latest installment in the carrier’s Air Series in-flight meal service, and now all you need is to smuggle on a side of fries.
The latest creation will be an Air MOS Teriyaki Egg Burger, which will be served on select routes beginning March 1. Expect the usual hamburger, but here they’re upgrading it with lettuce and a hard-boiled egg. It’s up to you to add the teriyaki sauce and mayonnaise to ensure things are pleasing to your palette.
You’ll have some time to get yourself on one of these fast food flights, as the in-flight burger should be heading back and forth through the end of May. Look for it in economy and the premium economy cabins on routes between Tokyo-Narita and spots like Los Angeles, New York, Paris, and Frankfurt.
[Photo: Gilgongo and JAL]