Malaysia Airlines introduced North and South Indian regional cuisines to its in-flight menu to delight its passengers. The company is hoping to lure passengers on its return flights to India, connecting Indian cities to Kuala Lumpur.

Malaysia’s Flag carrier, Malaysia Airlines recently announced that it will tweak its in-flight menu to please its passengers with authentic Indian flavours on its flights departing from Indian destinations connecting Kuala Lumpur.

The airline is all set to introduce some of the most flavoursome Indian vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisines on its flights departing from New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore to Kuala Lumpur to enhance its in-flight meal service.

The airline along with Taj Group of Hotels and Taj SATS Air Catering Ltd, Malaysia Airlines’ official caterer for its non-stop flights connecting Indian cities to Malaysia, is all set to delight the passengers with new enhanced in-flight menu.

Epicureans taking cheap flights to India with onward connection to Kuala Lumpur and desirous of relishing some scrumptious and quintessentially Indian cuisines can book with their onward travel aboard Malaysia Airlines from Indian cities of New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore.

Mr. Azahar Bin Hamid, the airline’s Regional Senior Vice President for South Asia Region and Middle East said, “This is our second collaboration with this reputable caterer in India to further enhance the experience of passengers travelling with us. Many traditional and popular Indian regional signature dishes from the Taj Group of Hotels have been incorporated into Malaysia Airlines’ inflight menu to give passengers a rare taste of Indian gastronomic delights.”

He further said, “These choices of inflight vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals are available to our passengers flying both in business and economy classes. Passengers can now look forward to more variety in dining, be it dinner or supper. We are committed to offer these menu choices to suit the palate of customers from the various Indian regions.”

The airline has clearly specified that it will adhere to the stringent standards including the HALAL benchmark, a strict Islamic dietary restriction, and will use the best ingredients to please its passengers with rich regional Indian flavours.

In its endeavour to delight customers, Malaysian Airline had recently introduced the second phase of Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair (MATF) 2012. This promotional campaign offers lucrative return tickets deals on cheap flights to Asian holiday destinations from Indian cities.

Malaysia airlines boasts premium in-flight services and is a preferred choice of travellers looking for leisurely breaks or business tours to Asian destinations. The airline operates frequent flights to India and numerous other destinations in the region from its primary hub at Kuala Lumpur airport.

 

 

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