A German airline will launch healthier in-flight food options for passengers this summer, the Daily Mail reported Thursday.
Lufthansa airlines will provide seven new food choices during long flights for all economy passengers, reported the Daily Mail. The meals served on porcelain range from more hearty to healthy, including some native Bavarian snacks. Customers can choose from Asian-inspired food, including bento boxes with sushi, Thai curry, and sushi. The airline also has a Mediterranean pasta and steak.
The airline already offers detailed culinary choices for passengers, including unique food choices based on the country where passengers are traveling. Passengers can choose options from cuisine native to China, Japan, India, and the United States. Flights from Germany to the United States can also choose specific choices based on the region. For flights to the Northeastern United States, passengers can choose from Italian options, seafood options on flights going to the Southeast, and even grilled steak for Texas-bound flights, according to the company’s website.
The new food options will be available on all flights from Frankfurt and Munich. Prices range from approximately $23 to $41.