Clickair launches "Take Airway" menu

19 Mar 2009 by Mark Caswell

Can’t get enough of in-flight food? Then you may be interested to know that Clickair has launched a “Take Airway” menu, allowing passengers to buy food onboard and take it away with them.

The low-cost carrier says that the new menu is designed for those “planning a short stay in one of Clickair’s destinations”, and says it has been created in response to comments from more than 15,000 travellers surveyed over a period of six months.

Clickair says the menu has a Mediterranenan flavour, with choices including salads, market garden vegetables, freshly-chopped fruit, sandwiches and gourmet sauces. Passengers can choose from an economy menu for families and those travelling on a limited budget; a children’s menu, to entertain as well as provide them with healthy food options; a menu for two, designed for sharing; and an executive menu that “caters to the needs of people travelling for business purposes and who need to recharge their batteries, without feeling bloated”.

The onboard catering can be paid for in cash, by credit or debit card, or by using certain restaurant vouchers including Cheque Gournet, Restaurante Pass and Tickets Restaurant.

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Report by Mark Caswell

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