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Even More In-Flight Ice Cream from Japan Airlines

Where: Japan
August 25, 2014 at 12:21 PM | by | ()

Last week, we might have screamed for ice cream a little too soon, because we just found another airline serving up the frozen goodness in the sky. Add Japan Airlines to the list of carriers taking their in-flight ice cream pretty seriously.

We already told you about the yummy main meal on Japan Airlines, so it makes sense to highlight the a la carte Dean & Deluca Madagascar vanilla cup offered as a midnight snack on our long flight over the Pacific between Tokyo and Chicago.

The dessert was part of a more elaborate on-demand ordering system from the in-seat (first and business classes only) touchscreen remote. Passengers may order whenever they want, however much they want, with a few swipes of the smartphone-like device. A few minutes later, you're greeted by a smiling flight attendant bearing a tray with your ordered food and, in true Japanese hospitality fashion, a refreshing hot towel.

[Photo: Rayme Gorniak/Jaunted]

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