menu

Japan Airlines Introduces In-Flight KFC Meals

Japan Airlines Introduces In-Flight KFC Meals
Design & Architecture

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.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 november 2012

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.

Japan Airlines Introduces In-Flight KFC Meals

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 KFC’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.

Japan Airlines

Photos by Gigazine

Trending

Innovator Explains How Cognitive Computing Is Changing Consumer Expectations At PSFK Future Of Retail 2017

Retail
PSFK EVENT


FUTURE OF RETAIL 2017 CONFERENCE:
Transformation Strategies For Customer-First Business



BUY TICKETS

TREND REPORT


FORECAST 2020
The Consumer Roles That Will Shape Our Future
 

DOWNLOAD NOW

No search results found.