Singapore Airlines has tapped Flying Food Group EWR to cater the world’s longest non-stop flight: approximately 9,000 nautical miles between Newark and Singapore. To read the full post click hereContinue reading →
As of this month, Flying Food Group will be servicing Qantas’ four-times weekly route between San Francisco and Melbourne. To read the full post click hereContinue reading →
Flying Food Group IAD is now catering Cathay Pacific Airways’ new daily route between Washington, D.C./Dulles and Hong Kong. To read the full post click hereContinue reading →
Flying Food Group has launched its third inflight catering kitchen in Hawaii, this time at Lihue Airport. To read the full post click hereContinue reading →
A third Hawaiian kitchen has been opened by Flying Food Group at Lihue Airport (LIH). To read the full post click hereContinue reading →
Flying Food Group Seattle (SEA) was presented with All Nippon Airways’ (ANA) Best Long Haul Caterer – Gold Prize (2017) award on July 9 at its Seattle kitchen. The company received the same award in 2014 and has been working with the airline since 2006. To read the full post click hereContinue reading →
Flying Food Group today announced two new contracts, one for its unit in San Francisco and the other for its hometown Chicago.Continue reading →
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New long-haul Parisian airline French Bee has secured Flying Food Group (FFG) to cater its first U.S. route out of their San Francisco International Airport location. French Bee’s new route between San Francisco and Paris/French Polynesia began May 11 and will be flying four times per week. In a May 14 press release, FFG Executive..Continue reading →
New Paris based airline French Bee has partnered with Flying Food Group in San Francisco to cater it’s US debut. The long-haul flights now operate between San Francisco and Paris/French Polynesia four times a week. The airline is focused on combining “low fares with top service and quality”. To read the full post click here.Continue reading →
Xiamen Airlines has chosen Flying Food Group(FFG) to cater its new U.S. route between Los Angeles and Qing Tao, China.
The three-times-weekly service launched December 11.