Kim Bielenberg: Now you can have high-class beef even in cattle class – but it’ll cost ya
Published 30/01/2013 | 13:28
THE words "gourmet fine dining" do not usually trip off the tongue when you think of long-haul economy-class travel.
Those of us who have to muck in in steerage think of rubber chicken in a mini plastic trough, tea by the thimbleful, and the sort of ill-defined sandwich spreads that would make you dream of horseburgers.
Aer Lingus today announced it was making a bid to return to the age of elegant mile-high dining in economy class with it Sky Dine service on transatlantic flights.