Wednesday, July 3, 2013



Not food on Emirates!

The world's best airline naturally flies high with its cuisine and even what is offered in Economy is as good as any restaurant while First and Business Class cuisine is on par with Michelin starred restaurants!

Emirates' Business Class cuisine
Emirates' First and Business Class desserts! Yummy!
Emirates' First Class cuisine

Emirates continues to soar with impeccable cuisine
Emirates Airline, one of the fastest growing airlines, showcased its commitment to quality and excellence by reiterating its determination and passion in providing one of the best culinary delights in the air. Having recently been awarded the highly coveted 2013 ‘World’s Best Airline’ title by Skytrax, Emirates demonstrated its strength in creating memorable experience with its culinary offerings.

During a recent luncheon, Mr. Bernard Brévot, Emirates Airline’s Regional Catering Manager, Service Delivery - Aircraft Catering, shared highlights of the Emirates cuisine from menu development, creation and preparation methods to the quality of ingredients. A special display of its culinary spread was showcased, highlighting the variety of food and beverage products offered on the Kuala Lumpur – Dubai route across First, Business and Economy classes.

Mr. Bernard Brévot said, “Emirates offers one of the best cuisine available in the skies for passengers of all classes including children – there is something for everyone to enjoy and experience onboard. Food and beverage is an integral component of any airline and we are delighted to constantly be in the forefront, expanding and enhancing our food and beverage products to serve only the very best to passengers.”
Kavin Martinus, country manager of Emirates Malaysia with Bernard Brevot holding First Class cuisine

Mr. Kavin Martinus, Country Manager, Emirates Malaysia spoke of the variety of local cuisine offered on the sector. He said, “Serving 134 destinations in 77 countries, Emirates is dedicated to providing local cuisine to reflect the many cultures of the different markets it flies to. On the Dubai – Kuala Lumpur – Dubai route, we are pleased to over a variety of Malaysian favourites including satay, roti jala and nasi lemak.”

Globally, Emirates generates 8,600 menus per month with menus being rotated and revamped on a monthly basis. It provides 40 million meals annually and on average, 130,000 meals daily.

About Emirates and Malaysia:
Emirates (, one of the fastest growing international airlines, connects Kuala Lumpur to its Dubai hub with 28 weekly flights. Serving 134 destinations in 77 countries, Emirates operates 200 wide-body Airbus and Boeing aircraft including the world’s largest fleet of A380s. Emirates’ partnership with Malaysia began in October 1996 when it launched flights to Kuala Lumpur and it stimulates trade between the country and points across its network. Emirates has a weekly cargo capacity of 364 tonnes each way in the belly-hold of the passenger aircraft serving the route. Apart from achieving significant growth in the Malaysian market with four frequency increases within the last four years, Emirates also marked a historical milestone in Malaysia on January 1st, 2012 by becoming the first airline to operate a scheduled Airbus A380 service into KLIA. Emirates has also been the Official Airline of the Maybank Malaysian Open, a prestigious golfing event, for eight consecutive years. 

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