KLM to expand ‘Anytime For You’ personalised in-flight meal service

KLM’s “Anytime For You” service gives business class passengers more control over what and when they eat while flying.

Following the launch of the “Anytime For You” business class meal service on 1 July, KLM has announced that the service will be introduced on flights to and from Bangkok in October 2017.

The service, currently available on KLM’s Johannesburg services, allows World Business Class (WBC) passengers to decide when they would like to eat, instead of in-flight meal times being dictated by the airline.

Together with each passenger, crew members compile a personal service schedule for the flight. This service ensures that WBC passengers get more choice and control over their experience.

In addition to the usual three-course dinner and lunch options, the menu also includes an Anytime For You selection of eight dishes. The selected dish is prepared and served restaurant-style whenever it best suits the passenger.

Wim Spelt, Director of Product Management, KLM, said: “Judging by the many positive responses we’ve had from passengers, the new service really meets their wishes. People are pleasantly surprised by the concept, which offers them more choice and versatility. And that is exactly what we hoped to achieve: giving the passenger a positive and memorable experience.”

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  1. Tetsuro Aoi

    This service has already been introduced in business class by Japan Airlines since more than a decade ago