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It always amazes me what European carriers serve in Business Class on short, regional flights. We flew this morning from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) to Bucharest’s Henri Coandă International Airport (OTP) and I was quite impressed with what was served onboard this 2.5-hour flight.
In the US, many complain about meals being served in boxes. But, the breakfast that KLM provided was fresh, flavorful, and filling. It consisted of hard boiled eggs, tomatoes, egg salad, fruit salad, a bread roll, and yogurt and granola. Even the box was nicely designed to look like Delftware with lots of symbols and images representing The Netherlands.
A warm apple cake was served after and the flight attendant was friendly and attentive throughout the flight. The cabin was configured with five rows of Business Class (middle seats left vacant) on this flight.
Anthony’s Take: This meal was better than most I have been served in the US and ranks among my favorite breakfasts on a regional flight. It was a great way to start the day today.
(Featured Image Credit: KLM.)
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