Wednesday, 27 July 2011
Emirates Airlines have made attempts to make its in flight experience even finer with the introduction of elegant white Royal Doulton bone china on which to serve its meals. Passengers will also use contemporary Robert Welsh cutlery when dining on board.
The upgardes were launched in July and will be introduced on its fleet of A380's from 1st August. Emirates cabin crew have also been through extensive traing in order to familiarize staff with new products and service philosophy.
Terry Daly, Divisional Senior Vice President, Service Delivery said: “We are constantly seeking new ways to not only delight, but also surpass the high expectations of our discerning customers. By taking a fine dining experience they may have had as a benchmark, we at Emirates continue to innovate and raise the bar."
Posted by Tom Warsop at 19:38