Air India ditches non-veg food for economy class passengers
New Delhi : With a view to cut cost, Air India has announced that the airlines will not be serving non-veg food to the passengers travelling on economy class tickets. Only business and executive class passengers will have an option to chose from veg or non-veg meal from mid-June this year.
“We have decided to serve vegetarian meals in our economy-class seats on domestic flights,” Air India Chairman and Managing Director Ashwani Lohani said, the Hindu reported.
The announcement comes as measure cut down flight costs, and to avoid mix-up of vegetarian with non-vegetarian meals.
A couple of days back Air India had ditched non-veg food from the flights that do not last for over 90 minutes. It also took tea and coffee off the lunch and dinner menus as a cost-cutting measure.