Fine dining above Australia
Last updated: May 14th, 2013 by admin
For years plane food has been the stuff of travellers’ nightmares and comedians’ dreams. This was as true of Australia as of everywhere else in the world. Now, thankfully, advances in technology, have made it possible for passengers to get a decent meal, even in the air and the airlines have made steps to adapt to these changes.
Qantas has become the most recent example of an airline changing to remain an attractive option. They have upgraded their business class service between Perth and other domestic destinations to reflect restaurant standards of food and service (the menu is overseen by Australian celebrity chef Neil Perry, of Rockpool fame). They are also aiming for new levels of comfort with the introduction of the latest flat beds. Changes are also planned in economy class, although the airline has yet to reveal what they will be.
Australia’s sheer size makes plane travel a very practical option, even for domestic destinations, with flights used for both business and leisure. There are also 8 international airports, making it easier for travellers to get close to their desired destination. Using the services of an experienced NAATI translator will help to ensure that all visa documentation is processed as it should be, so that international visitors can speed through arrivals.