- Flying Chefs will be taking off again with Austrian Airlines starting in April
- Unique Business Class service gradually phased in on Austrian long-haul flights
- DO & CO and Austrian Airlines offering a truly Austrian culinary experience abovethe clouds
After a three year long break due to the Corona pandemic, Austrian Airlines and their longstanding partner in catering, DO & CO, are planning the comeback of the “Flying Chefs” for the summer flight schedule 2023. Starting in April 2023, the chefs employed by DO &CO will offer a complete gourmet experience to passengers in Business Class flying to long haul destinations. Along with the professional preparation of innovative dishes from all around the world, DO & CO and Austrian Airlines focus on the use of regional, high-quality products.
Austrian Airlines CCO, Michael Trestl: “With our crews’ unique charm and an unforgettable gourmet experience, we want to offer our guests a high-end service with a special Austrian touch. Finally, the “Flying Chefs” by DO & CO will be part of our Business Class product on long-haul flights again.”
DO & CO CEO, Attila Dogudan: “We are delighted that the “Flying Chefs” are back on board at Austrian Airlines to freshly prepare our menus according to the individual wishes of the guests.”
In the first months of the Austrian summer flight schedule, the “Flying Chefs” will curate the current Business Class service on long-haul destinations. Starting in summer 2023, Business Class guests on Austrian Airlines flights will experience a newly designed catering service.
Austrian Airlines is Austria’s leading airline with a worldwide route network of more than 100 destinations. With its hub at Vienna Airport, Austrian Airlines connects Austria with Europe and the whole world. As Austria’s flag carrier, Austrian Airlines embodies highest service quality and acts responsibly to society and the environment. In order to achieve the global environmental goals, Austrian Airlines has committed itself to halve its net CO2 emissions by 2030 and to fly carbon-neutrally by 2050. Austrian Airlines is part of the Lufthansa Group, Europe’s largest airline group, and a member of the Star Alliance, the first global group of international airlines.