• February 24, 2017

The Third Collaboration Menu by JAL and Soup Stock Tokyo Introduced on Select International Routes

Japan Airlines (JAL) has been presenting high quality inflight meals on its Europe, North America, Australia and Southeast Asia routes under the meal service concept of “Restaurant in the Sky.” Among these, well-received “JAL Kitchen Gallery” has been introduced in Premium Economy Class and Economy Class by serving innovative inflight menus with “surprise” and “fun.”

From March 1 through May 31, 2017, JAL will introduce new inflight menu collaborating with Soup Stock Tokyo Co., Ltd. As the 23rd installment of popular AIR SERIES, this new menu has been the third collaboration between two companies since their first cooperation in December 2014. This newly original menu will be Hokkaido Corn Stew, using corn grown in Hokkaido sautéed with mushrooms and pot herbs cooked in beef soup.

JAL will continue to embrace new challenges of delivering a delectable and refreshing dining experience in its “Restaurant in the Sky” that is available only onboard JAL flights.

Applicable Class:             Premium Economy Class and Economy Class

Effective Period:             From March 1 through May 31, 2017

Applicable Routes:         

From Tokyo (Narita) to Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), Boston, New York (JFK),Los Angeles, San Diego, Vancouver, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Paris (CDG) and Sydney

From Tokyo (Haneda) to New York (JFK) (*1), San Francisco, London (LHR) and Paris (CDG)

From Osaka (Kansai) to Los Angeles

(*1) This new menu will be served on flights from Tokyo (Haneda) to New York (JFK) from April 1, 2017.

Menu (served as the second inflight meal before arrival):

- Hokkaido Corn Stew

- Pasta alla Genovese

- Stone oven baked bread

-Yello peach and yogurt jelly

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