KLM this week launched a pilot project testing a la carte catering in economy class on flights from Amsterdam to Bangkok, Taipei, Dubai, Cape Town, Singapore and Denpasar. The carrier confirmed to ATWOnline that it will continue serving its standard meals onboard but the unbundling pilot project is offering passengers an additional choice of four dishes including a Japanese meal, an Indonesian rice table, Italian dishes and a "sustainable"dining meal of organic chicken, ...

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