Japan Airlines Introduces In-Flight KFC Meals
Instead of eating fast food at the airport before boarding, this collaboration will allow passengers to sample a two-piece chicken meal in the air.
Japan Airlines is introducing KFC in-flight meals onboard select international flights from December 1st to February 28th. KFC is a very popular chain in Japan, especially during the Christmas season, with many reserving buckets of chicken to eat on Christmas Day a month in advance.
Customers traveling in Premium Economy and Economy Class from Narita to New York, Boston, Chicago, L.A., San Diego, London, Paris, and Frankfurt, will be served KFCâ€™s Original Recipe two-piece chicken meal. This includes one drumstick, one boneless chicken breast fillet, a piece of flat bread made especially for ‘Air Kentucky,’ a cup of coleslaw, and lettuce leaves. Customers can eat the pieces separately or put them together in a sandwich topped off with mayonnaise.
Japan Airlines and KFC have created exclusive packaging for this collaboration, featuring the airline and Colonel Sanders on a special box and tray mat.