NokScoot says it has launched an enhanced in-flight menu with six hot dishes and a light meal, based on traditional dishes from the countries NokScoot serves or is expanding to.
"Call it an evolution of our onboard gourmet offerings as we strive to raise the bar of passenger experience," said NokScoot CEO Yodchai Sudhidhanakul. "What we are doing is to bring the most authentic flavours of our destinations onboard.”
NokScoot and its catering partner, LSG Sky Chefs Thailand, part of LSG Group, have worked on the menu.
"Our role is to make sure that NokScoot passengers can enjoy safe, tasty and wholesome food on board," said Luca Folin, general manager of LSG. "We believe that food is more than just a life necessity. With a little creativity, it can also be entertaining, surprising or comforting, and most importantly, it is a way to show you care," he said.
NokScoot, a joint venture between Thailand's Nok Air and Scoot of Singapore, is gearing up to spread its wings to South Korea and India from its base at Bangkok's Don Mueang International Airport. Those are in addition to China where NokScoot has an extensive network, Taiwan and Japan, where it flies to Osaka and Tokyo Narita.