Redefining In-Flight Catering

Monthly Archives: October 2014

9 Ideas for Children’s In-Flight Meals

inflight catering for kids

Studies have shown that meals that are colorful and arranged into fun shapes are more appealing to children. With this in mind, an ordinary meal can become an adventure in dining for a child. Use fruit and vegetables to create shapes and enhance plate presentation. Adding lots of colors will ensure the meal will be a hit!

All you need is a little imagination, and you can turn just about any Read More

Rome, Italy Travel Tips for Business Aviation (Part 2)

Inflight Catering Rome

In the first part of this blog series, we covered many helpful tips for corporate flight attendants operating to Rome. An important part of experiencing Rome is through the local cuisine. For dinner, be sure to make a reservation. Avoid restaurants frequented by tourists and find one that is popular with the locals. Although Rome has a number of Michelin-starred restaurants, you may opt to try one of the many fine restaurants serving traditional Roman cuisine and Read More

In-Flight Catering in Rome, Italy and Travel Tips (Part 1)

Jet catering Rome

Rome is affectionately known as the Eternal City, and the name is quite fitting since you would need at least a lifetime to experience everything this timeless metropolis has to offer. No other city can match the magical combination of ancient and modern that Rome seems to capture so effortlessly.

Rome is not only the capital of Italy but is also the fourth largest city in Europe. The city is located Read More

Kelly Lussiano – Orlando Corporate Flight Attendant

Contract Flight Attendant Kelly Lussiano

Orlando, Florida is in the business aviation spotlight this week with NBAA 2014 being held at the Orange County Convention Center. There is no better way to get an inside look into the city than to talk with a local member of the business aviation community. Kelly Lussiano, a Beyond and Above trained corporate flight attendant, stepped Read More

Floridian Conch Salad Recipe

conch salad recipe

Florida, the “Sunshine State,” is my home. One of the few, true Floridians, I was born in Miami, Florida at Mount Sinai Hospital on Miami Beach. You might know it as “South Beach” now.

As a young kid, I stayed in the kitchen on the side of my mother, watching her make a variety of wonderful dishes. Dishes like collard greens, macaroni and Read More

Orlando, Florida In-Flight Catering and Travel Tips

inflight catering orlando

Orlando, Florida is one of the top vacations spots in the United States since it has many theme parks. However, there are many more reasons to visit Orlando. Located inland in central Florida, with warm climates and a visitor-friendly atmosphere, Orlando is a great city to visit year-round. As members of the business aviation community, NBAA 2014 is the prime reason this year!

As with other tropical climates across the globe, the majority of visitors come to Orlando during their Read More

Air Culinaire Worldwide Launches Flight Crew Training Program

Orlando, Florida (October 21, 2014) – Air Culinaire Worldwide (exhibit #2225) announced at NBAA 2014 it has launched a new training program designed to provide flight crews additional knowledge on food safety, food allergies, gluten-free diets and culinary skills.

“We recognize the many challenges flight crews face, including Read More

How to Combat Jet Lag

business aviation jetlag

As a busy cabin crew member, jet lag is a very real concern that can happen at any time.  Though the symptoms of general fatigue and disorientation may aptly apply in varying settings, the phrase “jet lag” is associated with the symptoms experienced by travelers who cross several time zones in a relatively short time by the means of a jet aircraft. Before we get into tips for combating jet lag, let’s first Read More

Hellen Lima – Contract Pilot in Tampa

Contract Pilot in Tampa

Today we are providing a whole new perspective to business aviation by sharing our first interview with a pilot. Hellen Lima is a contract pilot based out of Tampa International Airport (KTPA) and DuPage Airport (KDPA) in Chicago, but she is available to commute anywhere within the continental United States. While she has been a pilot for four and a half years, she started her career in aviation as  Read More