Air India Issues Clarification, Says Misgivings About Stale Food On Return Flights ‘unfounded’

A few days after Air India announced that it had started carrying food from India for use during the journey back to the country, it clarified on Saturday that any misgiving about the in-flight food on Europe sectors is “unfounded” as it stayed fresh in chillers onboard.

In a statement issued on Twitter, Air India said it “ensures strict compliance with quality checks at every step of its in-flight catering right from its flight kitchen”.

“Any misgiving about served food is unfounded as food stays fresh in chillers onboard and served piping hot to ensure authentic taste all over our network,” it said to disperse passengers’ concerns regarding food quality in return flights. Read more

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