Air Transat is getting set to introduce a new bistro-style meal offer on its transatlantic flights.
Starting April 1, the new Euro Bistro menu will feature a varied menu of fresh, healthy options available free of charge to Economy Class passengers.
“With a constant drive for innovation and client satisfaction, we’ve consulted thousands of passengers over the past two years to better understand their meal expectations and preferences,” said Jean-François Lemay, general manager, Air Transat. “The result is our new Euro Bistro menu, providing more fresh choices than ever to please all tastes.”
The new menu will feature six meal options on all flights between Europe and Canada, as compared to the two that are currently available. Economy Class passengers will be able to choose from four hot sandwiches (pulled beef, ham and melted brie, grilled vegetables and smoked meat), a chicken wrap and vegetarian maki sushi. Prepared fresh daily, meals will be served with a dessert and a drink. Bar service and breakfast or a snack will continue to be provided on transatlantic flights. The meal offer remains unchanged for Club Class passengers.