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Brief Published: 10 Oct 2014

In-Flight Michelin-Star Pop-Up

Salmon, Andreas Caminada

European airline Swiss International has teamed up with three-Michelin-starred chef Andreas Caminada to open a unique pop-up restaurant on-board.

The Swiss chef will prepare a one-off meal during a flight from Zurich to New York in November, which will be served to passengers in economy, business and first class. While the menu has not yet been confirmed, each dish will be accompanied by wine personally selected by Caminada.

As explored in Food In Transit: An Elevated Approach, airlines are developing innovative new strategies for serving food in-flight, with customisable and made-to-order cuisine leading the way. Look out for In-Transit Innovation, part of the Future Service Industry Trend publishing later this month, which will further explore this area.

For more on how fine-dining establishments are rethinking ways to make gourmet meals more accessible for all, take a look at New Rules for Fine Dining.