So, some began to sell brand meals for those who works and travels on the ground. Carriers who have lost their income sources due to the coronavirus, suggest a sealed tray of food for aircraft take-out people nostalgic for the flights. The menu is diverse. Thai Airways, for example, sell a variety of finished products, from grilled tiger prawns to beef tenderloin with a sauce of cumin. In Hong Kong Cathay Pacific sells food to the personnel of the airport and the national airline of Indonesia Garuda offers take-away meals on a tray through a network of delivery food. Customers willing to acquire different sets, especially popular with egg tofu and congcong, traditional Indonesian sticky rice pudding for dessert, the Guardian reports.
the Fall in passenger demand and the continued closure of borders in many countries had a large impact on providers and airlines. Even on those few flights that are still in progress, passengers are usually prohibited to eat, they can only take soft drinks, tea and coffee. In this regard, the carriers were forced to refuse the services of food suppliers. GNS Nuts, which supplies products for American Airlines and Unite, said the over about 22 tons of nuts after the airlines had banned their sale on its flights. Now the supplier sells its popular mixed nuts on the Internet. The Australian airline Qantas, which has accumulated a surplus of sets, we offer clients business class, in particular, blankets, tea bags and hand cream, and now sells them for 25 Australian dollars (about 15 euros).
Some airlines organized “flights that lead to nowhere”. Taiwan Songshan airport in Taipei has enabled hundreds of people to register and Board the plane, which took off, reports the South China South Post. Some airlines offer short tours with return to the same airport of departure without landing on the ground. The cost of tickets starts from 5 288 Taiwan dollars (US $ 180). The plane EVA Air A330 will take off from Taoyuan international airport, flies over the North-Eastern Cape, will round the Japanese Islands of Ryukyu and again headed back through the South-Eastern coast of Taiwan. The flight will last two hours and 45 minutes. The company has already signed an agreement with nine local agencies. The price includes Wi-Fi card and standard meals. Passengers will also be able to purchase duty free goods, including branded jewellery and cosmetics at great discounts of 25 percent or more.