Gulf Air has introduced new in-flight menus for all its seating classes and routes.
"With over 50 worldwide destinations, Gulf Air has truly become an international airline, catering to many international tastes," Adel Ali, Gulf Air's Vice President Commercial and Customer Service, said.
"In light of continuing customer feedback, new menus have been designed to incorporate passenger preferences."
As part of new intra-Gulf menus, Economy passengers will now have revised snack box meals, which will include assorted croissants, plus tea and coffee service on all breakfast flights, as well as savouries at other times of the day.
"The whole in-flight service has been revised and improved with popular traditional Middle Eastern meals and appetisers, such as dates, Arabic coffee and mezze, to cater to the tastes of discerning passengers," Ali said.
Additional enhancements to in-flight services that will or have already been introduced include a hot bakery service for Economy passengers, as well as overnight kits for First and Second Class Passengers on all medium-haul routes.
For First Class passengers, the hors d'oeuvre tray has been upgraded on all long-haul flights, plus an increased selection of hot and cold mezze has been introduced.
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