In-flight Catering

Air Culinaire Worldwide

You can plan a trip perfectly, but if the in-flight catering falls apart, so does the passenger experience. At 1,800+ airports worldwide, Air Culinaire Worldwide delivers a total in-flight catering experience you can count on—from ordering delivery, to dining and invoicing. With our culinary expertise and fresh, locally-produced meals, you can exceed the expectations of even your most discerning passengers.

Dine well.

For locations, menus, and ordering, visit the
Air Culinaire Worldwide website.

Kitchen locations

CountryStateAreas ServedPhoneWebsite
USAColoradoAspen+1 (970) 920-3377
USAMassachusettsBoston+1 (781) 301-3455
USAIllinoisChicago+1 (708) 485-3900
USATexasDallas+1 (469) 461-0283
USAColoradoDenver+1 (303) 662-9335
USANevadaLas Vegas+1 (702) 798-6229
USACaliforniaLos Angeles+1 (562) 938-1580
USAFloridaMiami / Ft. Lauderdale+1 (786) 536-9228
USANew YorkNew York / New Jersey+1 (201) 641-6006
USAPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia+1 (484) 540-3252
USAArizonaPhoenix/Scottsdale+1 (480) 948-6013
USACaliforniaSan Diego+1 (619) 298-7706
USACaliforniaSan Francisco+1 (650) 794-0980
USACaliforniaSan Jose+1 (408) 200-7170
USAWashingtonSeattle+1 (206) 249-5255
USAFloridaTampa+1 (813) 449-6000
USACaliforniaVan Nuys+1 (818) 988-1414
USAWashington, D.C.Washington, D.C.+1 (703) 723-7090
USAFloridaWest Palm Beach+1 (561) 616-3225
USANew YorkWhite Plains+1 (914) 428-0251
FranceFranceParis+33 1 74 37 10 40
UKEnglandLondon - Biggin Hill+44 1582 417475
UKEnglandLondon - Luton+44 1582 417475

Associate Catering Network

In addition to its owned-and-operated kitchens, Air Culinaire Worldwide has an established a network of over 1,000 qualified caterers on six continents. Explore the network and place orders on the Air Culinaire Worldwide website.

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Culinary Training

Elevate the experience you provide to your passengers by earning your culinary wings through Air Culinaire Worldwide. In-flight hors d’oeuvres. Food and wine pairing. Food safety, allergy, and gluten-free classes, developed in conjunction with Aircare FACTS®. With our training course, you are going to shine brighter than ever.

Earn your culinary wings

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