British Airways launches inflight at-seat digital food ordering using onboard Wi-Fi

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Travel Insider 🔵 YOUR UPDATES TODAY 🔵 Customers can already pre-order inflight food – including items by Tom Kerridge – from the airline’s Speedbird Café menu. But now they can top-up their inflight meals with non-perishable purchases. Latest News 🔵

From next Monday, economy passengers on British Airways flights will be able to order drinks and snacks directly to their seats using the airline’s digital menu and free onboard Wi-Fi.

Customers can already pre-order inflight food – including items by Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge – from the airline’s full Speedbird Café menu.

But now, once the plane is airborne, they can top-up their inflight meals with non-perishable purchases – such as crisps, nuts and alcoholic beverages.


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