Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Airplane food goes luxury

11.jpg
04.jpg
05.jpg
001.jpg

For those of us who don't have a spare gazillion pounds to spend on a first class plane ticket, airline food can be a soul-destroying downer. For those who can afford it, you can stop reading now and go burn some gold or something.

Aiming to help the normals who sit in economy, design firm Postler Ferguson have come up with a concept which aims to turn the eating in the air into an actual, pleasurable experience.

The Brotzeit proposal involves numerous compartments, each with various meal elements inside. The food would be sourced from local manufacturers, rather than a prison canteen, and the emphasis would be on health and great taste.

Dear all airlines of the world, read this, best, ShortList.

You can see more of their work here.

Related

tacosHero.jpg

Tiny food gallery

bigmac.png

The happier meal

harwoodie.jpg

The greatest gastro pubs

Comments

More

This Scottish newspaper just destroyed Donald Trump's inauguration

Need some ice, Donny?

by Emily Badiozzaman
16 Jan 2017

These 8 men are richer than the poorest half of the world

The richest bunch from the 1%

by Emily Badiozzaman
16 Jan 2017

Theresa May is about to appear on the cover of a 'fashion bible'

Don't you have other things to be getting on with?

16 Jan 2017

What to do if you ring the police but aren't able to talk

Useful info to know

by Dave Fawbert
16 Jan 2017

Why all men should be more like Joe Biden

His mother always told him that “Nobody is better than you. You're not better than anybody, but nobody is better than you."

by Emily Badiozzaman
13 Jan 2017

New guide reveals the best places to travel for each month of the year

Don't book a 2017 holiday without reading this first

by Emily Badiozzaman
13 Jan 2017

Freddos will now cost 30p - is nothing sacred?

2017 shows its true colours

by Tom Fordy
13 Jan 2017

Scientists find lasers can be used to turn mice into killers

So that's something else to be scared of, then...

by Sam Diss
13 Jan 2017

Masturbation breaks at work are good for you, apparently

2017 is the year of wanking in the office

12 Jan 2017

Danny Wallace: "The traffic cone is a test of moral strength"

Another life lesson from our award-winning columnist

12 Jan 2017