JAL Starts Selling Paid In-Flight Meals Featuring Eel Bento and Beef Stew

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Japan Airlines (JAL) has begun selling its upgraded paid in-flight meal service on international flights from November 27 at 11:00 AM.

The service is available for Economy and Premium Economy class passengers on flights departing from Tokyo/Haneda and Tokyo/Narita to Europe, America, Australia, and Southeast Asia. It excludes certain late-night flights, group travel fares, and select other fare types.

JAL Upgraded In-flight Meal

Passengers can choose between two meal options: Japanese and Western. For flights from December to February 2024, the Japanese meal includes fluffy grilled eel bento from Kyushu, tofu skin with crab sauce, enoki mushrooms and steamed chicken with plum sauce, pickles, seasonal fruits. The Western meal offers tender beef stew, angel shrimp with couscous, pumpkin bread pudding, pork liver pâté, seasonal salad, bread, and seasonal fruits. Both options come with Häagen-Dazs ice cream.

The price is set at 3,000 yen, and can be purchased up to 25 hours before departure, either at the time of buying the ticket or from the reservation details page after purchase.

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