Ittihad Airlines company captured First Position as regards of quality meals presented within Morgan compartment that is equivalent to Tourist Class, according to outcomes of international poll conducted by Sky Tracks Research Center over two million persons representing 90 different nationalities.
Results of this poll came as appreciation of the quality of meals presented on the Tourist Class and related services like offering new menu each month for short and long trips and the possibility of choice among three fresh menus including Halal meals and those dedicated for vegetarians.
The Deputy Executive President for Marketing Affairs and Product of Ittihad Airlines Peter Baumegartner said that capturing the First Position by Ittihad Airlines in this poll confirms the extent of its commitment of achieving the best flight experience over all classes.
He added that the company is on continuous interaction with passengers for ensuring quality of presented meals in all flights and it spares no effort to provide variety choices of fresh food that are prepared according to world-wide standards.
He asserted that preparation of food dishes aboard Ittihad Airlines is carried out on the hands of a committee of chefs who obtained prizes. Also the menus provided are reflecting the best famous dishes in the meals related to each route plus unique flavours and cooking techniques of each famous region.
He explained that economic class seats at Ittihad Airlines are the most wide in its category within the sector as it offers an area of 33 inches for its comfortable seats that is featuring 83 centimeters of width, while availing a selected package of world recreational materials that peak to above 400 hours of recreational programs. Each seat enjoys a special Liquid Crystal Screen with size of 10.4 inch fitted on back of front seat.
It should be noted that Ittihad Airlines is the national carrier of United Arab Emirates and is based on the capital Abu Dhabi. The company now extends its services to more than 45 destinations in the Middle East, Europe, North America, Africa, Asia and Australia.