According to a statement issued today, the three companies will gradually introduce the innovative solution in new markets, providing high-end meals and snacks to airline passengers around the world.
This partnership initiates a fundamental shift in the supply of food and beverages and retail sales on aircraft.
Passengers from Schiphol Airport can pre-order meals through the “Takeaway” app within up to one hour before boarding the plane.
Transavia Airlines, which is part of the “Air France-KLM Group”, started providing this service at Schiphol Airport since last September, while it is currently working to circulate it soon in more of its other destinations.
“This initiative opened the global food and beverage market for airlines to famous brands, which constitutes a fundamental change in the dining experience on board,” said Robin Baggett, Senior Vice President of Catering at dnata.
He added, “Food delivery services using applications have witnessed tremendous growth in all parts of the world, due to the ease of use, choice of foods and loyalty, which leads to an amazing turnout from consumers.”
For his part, founder of iFleet, Jaap Rockins, said: “Our focus has always been on improving the passenger experience. Through this new service and technology, we have created wide options for customers and provided airlines with a service that achieves savings and reduces food waste on board. The Plane”.
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