Kentucky Fly-ed Chicken: Japanese airline to offer KFC at 30,000ft

November 30, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Airplane food has often been a bone of contention for passengers but that is all set to change – after a leading international airline announced it will serve passengers KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN.

Japan Airlines are trialling chicken coated in the Colonel’s famous blend of 11 herbs and spices from December until February.

The in-flight meal, dubbed Air KFC, is designed to be a culinary delight for passengers bored of bland airplane food.

A spokesman for Japan Airlines said: “It is so you can enjoy the familiar taste and texture of Kentucky Fried Chicken that does not change at altitude.”

The airline operates long-haul flights from London to Japan, and during the trial period, all travellers will be given one piece of Original Recipe Chicken, as well as a chicken fillet and a roll of bread so they can create their own chicken sandwich.

The new KFC in-flight meal promises to be a taste sensation for travellers

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