China Airlines Prepares for Post-Quarantine Onboard Service With Launch of “One Tray Hot Meals”
On Monday, China Airlines announced the launch of a modified onboard meal service with “One Tray Hot Meals” as part of their adherence to regulations issued by Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center.
Today (July 6, 2020), Taiwan-based China Airlines announced a modified inflight meal service which includes “one tray hot meals” on all flights of three or more hours departing from or arriving in Taipei. A basic beverage service with offerings such as fruit juice or beer will be available upon request and the carrier will continue to provide a sandwich box on flights under three hours. On return flights from China and Hong Kong routes, only bottled water will be served in all cabin classes. The inflight meal service has been modified as part of China Airlines’ commitment to the health and safety of all guests and team members as the carrier continues to adhere to all regulations issued by Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center.
The existing inflight service has been re-configured with quarantine principles and limited contact including single tray main courses, no tablecloths or beverage menu and single-use disposable cutlery. The single tray meal with only be available in one main course choice, usually featuring a chicken dish. In August, China Airlines plans to introduce pork, beef, seafood and vegetarian options for Business Class guests departing from Taipei. Customers will be able to select their meal choice when booking their Business Class tickets. As part of the “one tray hot meals” service launched today, the Business Class welcome beverage has also been changed from juice served in glasses to bottled all-natural high pressure processing fruit and vegetable juice.
China Airlines continues to maintain strict quarantine measures and advises guests to avoid touching their eyes, nose and mouth during flights. Customers who feel unwell during a flight should notify cabin crew members for special seating arrangements and additional hygiene measures. Guests are advised not to change seats without permission and to wash their hands thoroughly after using the lavatory.
Source: China Airlines