Japan's ANA (All Nippon Airways) is changing the way passengers experience meals and snacks with its ultra-luxe, in-flight caviar service. The snack serving will feature a tin of locally sourced Miyazaki Caviar 1983 and will be accessed by all of the airline's first class travelers.
This lavish snack is a first for the Japanese airline and will be available for a limited time. While traditional airplane food can often get a bed rep, the recent rise of gourmet flight meals is changing travelers' opinions of it. While airline companies like Austria Air have started offering a traditional Viennese schnitzel menu, Turkish Airlines' health-focused meals are designed to please both first class and economy passengers who are seeking both taste and nutrition.
While other competing airline brands are even offering airline meal subscriptions that feature more room for customization, ANA's in-flight caviar service goes one step further to please luxury-minded travelers.