Qatar Airways serves Iftar meals onboard

  • 6 months   ago
  • 1082
Qatar Airways serves Iftar meals onboard

Qatar Airways is proceeding with its custom of supporting travelers who are fasting amid the Holy Month of Ramadan and breaking their fast on board by serving a tasty Iftar feast comprising of customary Middle Eastern specialities. 

The Iftar boxes highlight a bespoke inhouse configuration motivated by Arabian calligraphy and will be offered on chosen courses over the Middle East, Algeria, Tunisia, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. Each case contains a choice of sweet and exquisite indulgences. The Iftar encloses are offered expansion to Qatar Airways' customary dinner administration for those clients who are not fasting. 

 

Qatar Airways First and Business Class travelers will be offered Iftar boxes containing a determination of crudités, hummus, scaled down Arabic bread, chicken shawarma, focaccia with mozzarella, olives, dates, banana, crisp laban and water. Travelers going in Economy Class can appreciate Iftar boxes loaded up with focaccia with mozzarella, apple cuts, blended nuts, finger baklava, dates, shortbread, marble cake, new laban and water. 

Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, stated: "We are satisfied to have the option to proceed with our convention this time of offering our travelers a tasty and invigorating approach to break their fast while voyaging. The Holy Month of Ramadan is a significant time for an extraordinary number of our clients, and we are charmed to give an administration that is customized to the requirements of the individuals who are fasting. We welcome all travelers to grasp this unique time with this choice of things planned explicitly considering the fasting traveler. In the interest of Qatar Airways, we stretch out to every single hottest wish for a Ramadan Kareem." Traveling between time zones can be trying for the fasting explorer; along these lines QA lodge team will make a declaration and serve the Iftar boxes at the suitable time amid the flight, liberating travelers from computing the time.

Comments