Wine is big business, even in the airline world. Delta Wine, not always thought of as cutting edge seems to be quietly making a number of improvements. Andrea Robinson, Master Sommelier has been curating the Delta wine program the past few years. Delta also has a wine education program for flight attendants.
The topic of an airline child meal does not come up very often. On almost all global carriers one can special order a variety of meals in economy class and premium cabins (business and first class).
When I get a free moment, I sift through posts, blogs, PR, hyperbole and rumors, and share some of the best stuff. Think of this as an extension of your travel “habiliments.” (Or, just maybe someone bet me $100 I wouldn’t be able to work the word habiliment into a blog post this week… maybe..)
In the olden days of airport dining, you were lucky if you could eat a fast-food burger or drink a low-end cocktail. But airports understand that travelers are demanding better food and drink options, and they have stepped up their efforts to deliver. World-class high-end dining and celebrity chefs are flocking to airports to feed masses with more high-end food choices. Below are seven great airport restaurants to try during your travels.
We’re ready to launch into a look at the Caviar/caviar service available on airlines offering International First Class Service.
Nothing says First Class like Caviar Service. Of course, it’s even better with world-class, vintage Champagne or ice cold, quality Vodka. And it’s absolutely the best when it gets served to you while sitting in an ultra comfortable seat in your own private space at 35,000 feet.