One of the thrills of being a corporate flight attendant is having the ability to visit the most amazing locations as part of your career. Today we bring you an interview with Danielle Goto, a cabin crew member based out of Boeing Field International Airport (KBFI) who has traveled to over Read More
Monthly Archives: November 2014
To say Cairo, Egypt and the surrounding areas are well-known for impressive ancient architectural feats is an understatement. Understanding the majesty of this entire city becomes quite simple, even before touching down on the runway, as you gaze out your window onto the desert landscape contrasted by the fertile ground around the Nile River.
Cairo, nicknamed the “City of a Thousand Minarets,” has one major airport that handles all commercial and Read More
Sweet potatoes have become increasingly popular in the United States over the past few years. Not only as an alternative to potatoes, but also as a way to serve gluten-free options of various dishes. While the recipe below adds onion and black pepper, you can easily adapt the recipe with pumpkin spices for a seasonal appeal. These sweet potato pancakes make Read More
If you are planning a trip to the United States (U.S.) for the first time on a private jet, it is best to first familiarize yourself with some of the important differences you will face with in-flight catering. The list below provides the top 15 tips for understanding the nuances of in-flight catering in the United States. Have a tip you would Read More
From the sunny beaches of South Florida to the redwood forests of the Pacific Northwest, the United States of America is a vast country with cuisine as varied as its many landscapes. Add in the tropical paradise of Hawaii and the frozen tundra of Alaska, and it quickly becomes apparent just how large and varied this country truly is. The United States (U.S.) is also home to Read More
Travel can be many things – exciting, exhilarating and sometimes exhausting. This is where a luxury concierge come in. Think of a luxury concierge as your one stop for planning any luxury events, travel and amenities. No matter who, what, where and when – everyone deserves a little indulgence. It could be a personalized experience you are looking for, or you may Read More
Marrakech, Morocco is an interesting city full of color and stunning architecture. The city is so colorful that it is nicknamed the “Red City,” due to the buildings created out of red sandstone. While summers are hot and dry beyond the comfort level for many visitors, fall and spring bring milder temperatures and rain. Winter days are just as comfortable, but nights can get cold. Marrakech is not typically a business Read More
Afternoon tea has been a highly-popular tradition in England for generations. However, recently its popularity has been on the increase worldwide. Afternoon Tea is often found on the inflight menus of corporate jets and is a firm favourite among some passengers. Let’s explore afternoon tea and Read More
Paris, France (November 4, 2014) – Air Culinaire Worldwide Paris has debuted all new signature dishes featuring the latest trends in local cuisine, adapted for the unique in-flight environment. The new menu items were developed by Michelin-star trained Executive Chef, Herve Bourdon.
“Based on Read More
Tampa, Florida (November 4, 2014) – Air Culinaire Worldwide has introduced new regional menus for its 16 owned-and-operated kitchens in the United States and three locations in London, England.
“Food is a very personal experience, so we want to ensure our clients are Read More