Taste9.3
Quality9.8
Appearance9.7
Quantity9.2
Service9.7
9.5Overall Score

Air Dolomiti meals in business class are sure to please as we recently found out on a flight from Milan Bergamo airport to Munich. The regional Italian airline, with offices in Verona and a base in Munich, operates as a partner of Lufthansa Regional on routes from Munich to select airports in Italy.

They are proud of their Italian heritage and highlight this to passengers through their “Settimocielo” inflight hospitality.

The airline has inflight events on board that are generally two weeks long that allows passengers to sample particular wines and food from select regions in Italy.

But of course, the best part is the opportunity for passengers to buy inflight meal trays from business class, coffee mugs and other cool service items that the airline uses inflight!

First, let’s take a look at the food…

 

WHAT DID I EAT?

On my morning flight I was treated to a traditional Italian Breakfast which consisted of:

Prosciutto e Melone (Cantaloupe and Italian Ham), Two different types of Italian Cheese, Cold Meats, Fresh fruit, Italian Crispbread, and a local Italian Jam. Of course Freshly Brewed Coffee was served too.

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WHAT WAS GOOD

The freshness of the Cold Meats, Cheese and Fruit. Everything was typically Italian and a great start to the working day. The crew was fabulous, courteous and professional. When I asked the flight attendant about what was being served behind the curtain in economy class, she promptly came back to show me what was on offer.

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FOR THOSE AVIATION GEEKS OUT THERE

Want that business class inflight dining experience at home? You can actually purchase a range of inflight paraphernalia right here, including the airlines full business class meal tray that is used inflight, a cabin crew apron plus the economy class cups set which includes: 25 cutlery sets, 25 plastic tea or coffee cups, 25 plastic bowls for ice cream or fruit salad and 45 plastic glasses!

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TAKE NOTE

On my flight I had to fly business class as there were no other seats available, it’s not that much more expensive than the regular fares to fly business class. Just look out for the fare level that is called ‘Emotion’.

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About The Author

Founder of Inflight Feed

Nik has been running Inflight Feed since 2012, and since then he's taken well over 500 flights for work and pleasure. He documents his inflight meal experiences right here; he's also a freelance writer covering inflight meal trends, he has written for CNN and has regular columns in leading industry magazines. He's been featured in Vogue, QZ, Lifehacker, The New York Times plus many major news outlets across the globe.