Flying is almost always a headache. You have to consider your packing options before you make it to the airport. You need to then find a ride to the airport. When you arrive, you”re greeted by security lines that seem to get longer every time you travel.
Things don”t get much better once you find your seat. The best you can hope for on the long journey is a decent meal. If you”re flying the friendly skies with one of these airlines, you can rest assured knowing you”re in store for some good grub. We can”t help you with the crying babies and reclining passengers, but at least your stomach will be happy.
Scrambled eggs, potato wedges, sausage, fruit salad, granola bar, and orange juice.
2. TransAsia Airways
Fruit plate with yogurt, granola, and a selection of breads.
3. Iberia Airlines
Croissant, omelette, ham, toast, fruit salad, and orange juice.
4. EVA Airways Hello Kitty Jet
Miso soup, salad, omelette, rice, pickles, and a seafood dish.
5. American Airlines
Lasagna, side salad, roll, carrot cake, and water.
6. Turkish Airlines
Eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, potatoes, fruit salad, and a bread roll.
Ham and cheese sandwich, salad, chocolate cake, and a roll.
Ragda pattice, chocolate cake, and tea packet.
9. Air Canada
Cheese omelette with spinach, yogurt, roll, and fruit salad.
Spicy tofu and vegetable noodles, fruit, yogurt, and a croissant.
11. Air France
Chicken, pasta, a roll, fruit salad, and a tart for dessert.
12. Cathay Pacific
Conchiglie in tomato sauce, a roll, side salad, pudding, and a bar of chocolate.
14. Vietnam Airlines
Salmon en croute, vegetables, a roll, and some fruit.
15. Singapore Airlines
Tuna salad with apple and celery, pork with chicken rice, and a green tea cake.
Mezze plate, carrot and orange salad, rolls, and a tart.
17. Japan Airlines
Green tea, miso soup, beef and rice, and a seafood dish.
18. Korean Airlines
A vegetarian dish with fruit, pickles, and a roll.
I definitely need to start traveling more. Especially since these look infinitely better than what I had for lunch today.