Airlines seek to make the in-flight meal mouth-watering

Air France has teamed up with Michel Roth, a French chef with two Michelin stars who runs L'Espadon in Paris' Ritz hotel, to create new meals for business-class fliers. That is just one example of how airlines are trying to step up their game and offer more appetizing food; a new trend is to offer an improved menu for an additional fee while other airlines have purchased better ovens to freshly prepare meals.

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