Airline food quality can, along with many other factors onboard an aircraft – legroom, staff friendliness and the proximity of screaming children – make or break a journey. We’ve all heard about or experienced horrific airline food, though there are some great airline meals on offer (usually with a hefty ticket price attached).
InFlightFeed is a blog dedicated to airline food. The man behind it, Nikos Loukas, has worked in the travel and airline industry for over 15 years and its fair to say he’s flown a lot: 428,000 miles on 405 different flights (on 65 different airlines), visiting 44 countries.
Aer Lingus. Photo: @inflightfeed/Instagram
His favourite airline for food is Turkish Airlines, but alongside reviews across all classes of travel, InFlightFeed also has guides to the plane food of over 150 airlines, so you can browse food menus before you fly and find out exactly what and if you'll be eating. We wonder if this will affect our choice of airline next time we fly? How about you?
LAN Chile. Photo: @inflightfeed/Instagram
Loukous is currently trying to make a documentary lifting the lid on airline food and is raising funds through a crowdfunding campaign. Watch the video below for more information and head over to the Inflightfeed website or to Instagram to check out more heavenly and not so heavenly airline food.
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