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KLM adds anytime dining to Tokyo route

24 Apr 2018 by Mark Caswell
KLM Anytime For You dining service

Dutch carrier has extended its Anytime For You dining option to include flights between Amsterdam Schiphol and Tokyo, with Osaka services to follow in July.

The service – which was launched on flights between Amsterdam and Johannesburg last year – enables business class passengers to order from a selected range of dishes when they want to eat, rather than at the time of the normal meal service.

There are five types of dishes in the Anytime range – cold, warm, savoury, sweet and “tasty treat” options, which will be prepared at any time during the flight, and served restaurant-style to the customer.

KLM Anytime For You dining service

Note that the Anytime menu is only available during daytime flights – passengers can also opt for the normal World Business Class three-course meal service.

According to KLM its crew “have completed special training in preparation for this new service”, which is also available on flights between Amsterdam and Bangkok.

klm.com

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