From May 23 onwards, Qantas will extend the Select on Q-Eat service to flights from Singapore to Australia.
The service allows business class passengers to pre-order their meals, which are designed by the carrier’s consulting chef Neil Perry. Meals can be chosen between seven days and 12 hours before departure via the ‘Manage Your Booking’ section on the Qantas website.
Examples of dishes available on Select on Q-Eat include chicken schnitzel and Swiss cheese toasted sandwich with coleslaw, and pan-fried spinach and ricotta gnocchi with ratatouille and romesco sauce. Select on Q-Eat also provides an additional online exclusive dish on selected routes, available only to those using the service.
Alternatively, passengers can also request to skip the meal service entirely if they want to sleep.
Other services with Select on Q-Eat include flights between Australia and Dubai and London, from Los Angeles to Australia, and from Dallas to Brisbane. The service will progressively be introduced on more international flights.
This move follows closely behind the recent opening of the new Qantas Singapore lounge last month (see story here) and is part of the carrier’s overall plan to make Singapore its regional hub and Dubai its international gateway, thanks to its new partnership with Emirates (see story here).
For more information, visit http://www.qantas.com.au/