Japan Airlines will revamp the menu on its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft that take off from Tokyo for destinations in Europe, North America and Southeast Asia. "We will be opening 'a restaurant in the sky' ... offering passengers delicious meals and relaxing moments that will surely surpass conventional in-flight meal services," said the president of the carrier, Yoshiharu Ueki.
JAL eyes new menu with "restaurant in the sky"
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