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LSG SKY CHEFS KOREAN AIR


JET AIRWAYS/WILLIAM EDWARDS


LSG Sky Chefs restructures catering


LSG Sky Chefs will restructure its airline catering activities in Germany by mid-2011. LSG Sky Chefs Deutschland GmbH will be split into a management company and 12 individual limited liability operating companies (GmbH). “This re-alignment in the German market


will strengthen the entrepreneurial scope of the individual locations, and offer an improved perspective for all parties involved,” commented Walter Gehl, ceo of LSG Lufthansa Service Holding AG. By establishing independent companies it is intended that the flexibility and speed of these individual locations to adjust to their specific market conditions will increase, thus generating improved competitiveness and growth. LSG Sky Chefs Deutschland’s membership in


the employers’ association will be transferred to the new companies, ensuring that collective agreements and labour contracts remain unchanged.


www.lsgskychefs.com


Korean adds skincare


Korean Air is partnering with DAVI, the skincare branch of the Mondavi wine family, for an inflight amenity kit featuring DAVI’s cosmetic products for men and women. The kit was introduced in May in Korean’s


First and Business cabins on long-haul flights from the US, Europe and Oceania. The cosmetics are made of grape and wine extracts from California’s Napa Valley, plus extracts from sources including green tea, raspberries, blackcurrants, rosemary and olives. When combined, they offer anti-ageing effects. A five-product kit will be offered to First passengers while the Business kit will feature three products including the face cream Le Grand Cru, Cooling Eye Gel and Lip Balm. There will be different amenity kits for departure and arrival flights so passengers can experience a wider range of products. In addition, the airline is now serving passengers in coach a low-calorie, healthy option on flights over eight hours. It was one of the first to offer organic salads and breads. The new menu item, a salmon noodle salad, has only 380 calories. www.koreanair.com


Jet plates up in style


Jet Airways has unveiled a new line of bespoke crockery from the house of William Edwards - one of Britain’s leading and awarded ceramic designers. In addition, the airline is redefining the in-flight dining experience for its guests with a new range of both Indian and international menu options. The crockery will be used in First and Premiere (business class) and has been designed to create a distinctive look to match Jet Airways’ corporate identity using warm rich colours and textures. The William Edwards brand has won prestigious awards and previously designed the Jewel House Collection, a bespoke crockery commission for The Historical Royal Palaces in London. A new range of Indian and international menu options have also been added for First and Premiere passengers. The meals in India are prepared by the Kitchens of Oberoi and in London by the iconic Bombay Brasserie. www.jetairways.com


A new structure for LSG Sky Chefs in Germany


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