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easyJet to Introduce Costa Coffee Onboard From Late Summer 2024

On Thursday (June 6, 2024), easyJet announced that they will begin serving Costa Coffee onboard from late summer 2024.  Customers will enjoy a range of hot beverage options, including Cappuccino, Latte, Salted Caramel Latte and Decaf.


easyJet to Serve Costa Coffee Onboard From Late Summer 2024 - Courtesy easyJet

On Thursday (June 6, 2024), easyJet announced that they will start serving Costa Coffee onboard from late summer 2024.  Customers will enjoy a range of hot beverage options, including  Cappuccino, Latte, Salted Caramel Latte, as well as a Decaf, all specially crafted to taste great at 30,000 feet.  The new coffee offer expands the onboard refreshments available onboard through easyJet’s EAT.DRINK.SHOP range, served across nearly 100 routes.


In Thursday’s announcement, easyJet’s Proposition and In Flight Retail Director, Russell Braterman, said,


“We are always looking for ways to enhance our customers’ onboard experience, which includes offering great quality brands that our customers know and love, and so we’re delighted to be launching this delicious new range of Costa Coffee products this summer who we have been working with for some time to develop the perfect recipes for our customers to enjoy.”


Also commenting on the new collaboration, Costa Coffee’s UK Commercial Director, Mark Cumming, said,


“Working with easyJet to bring Costa Coffee on board their flights is an exciting milestone for us and will see us take to the skies this summer.  It’s a testament to our commitment to making high-quality coffee accessible to everyone as we’ve developed an airline friendly range that tastes great at 30,000 feet.  As we prepare to embark on this journey together, we look forward to offering our products to millions of passengers this Summer – enriching their inflight experience with the great taste of Costa Coffee.”


dnata Catering’s Retail Director, Richard Bainbridge, added,


“As easyJet’s inflight retail partner, dnata are delighted to be working with both easyJet and Costa Coffee on bringing to the inflight retail market this amazing coffee proposition, giving our customers a high street branded coffee experience during flight. The range of specially developed drinks complement the wider range of food and meals on board perfectly, which we hope will delight our customers.”


easyJet serves over 155 airports across 35 countries and operates nearly 1,000 routes.  The airline has a fleet of more than 300 aircraft, and over 300 million Europeans live within an hour’s drive of an airport served by easyJet.  During 2023, easyJet carried more than 82 million passengers.  The popular low-cost carrier (LCC) is dedicated to innovation and leads the industry in digital, web, engineering and operational efficiencies.  In 2022, easyJet published their roadmap to net zero by 2050, which features a range of initiatives, including fleet renewal, operational efficiencies, airspace modernization, SAF and carbon removal technology.


 

Source: easyJet

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