Air Culinaire Worldwide Vice President of Client Services Jennifer Walton has more than two decades of experience in the food and beverage industry and is an expert in all areas of in-flight catering. Since joining the Air Culinaire Worldwide team in 2003, Jennifer has been instrumental in the growth of the company which offers in-flight catering for business aviation. Jennifer has a bachelor’s of science degree in business administration from The Ohio State University. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Air Culinaire Worldwide, a Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. company, serves in-flight catering to hundreds of airport locations across the globe. Since 2000, business and private aviation operators have relied upon the organization. With 21 owned-and-operated kitchens and hundreds of associate catering partners on six continents, business aviation organizations receive the total in-flight catering experience from one resource, Air Culinaire Worldwide.
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When operating business aircraft to the U.S., there are key considerations that should be planned for from the in-flight catering perspective. Understanding all regulatory nuances and best practice procedures helps avoid potential issues on arrival in the U.S. and/or when operating within the U.S.
This aviation blog post is part of a series on in-flight catering for business aviation and continues from our last post: 6 Considerations for Planning In-Flight Catering Orders Pre-Trip. The in-flight catering process differs from one location to another. Placing and revising catering orders will normally involve more lead time than at home. Also, costs […]
This aviation blog post is part of a series on in-flight catering for business aviation and continues from our last post: 4 Common In-Flight Catering Errors and Misconceptions. Sourcing catering internationally involves more considerations and flexibility than local catering. You may be securing catering from non-traditional sources, available packaging may not be appropriate for your […]
This aviation blog post is part of a series on in-flight catering for business aviation. Trying to obtain high-quality in-flight catering worldwide can present unique challenges. First, some markets have limitations on catering options. Also, local packaging may not be appropriate for your galley equipment or style of service. What’s more, presentation and product availability […]