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AirAsia takes inflight meals to new heights

AirAsia takes inflight meals to new heights

When AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes first started the low-cost carrier, he didn’t think much about offering inflight food, for the simple reason that the airline couldn’t afford it. Plus, Tony always thought that no one ever really enjoyed inflight meals even on Business Class.
“I fly a lot. Oftentimes, I get food by some French chef or dishes that I don’t actually like and understand,” says Tony with a hearty laugh.
“So I scrapped our inflight food contract. I wanted to give AirAsia passengers a choice.
If they want food, they need to pay for it. If they don’t, then don’t buy.
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