Luxair is renewing its Business Class menus, in collaboration with the École d’Hôtellerie et de Tourisme du Luxembourg

Luxair and the young talented chefs from the École d’Hôtellerie et de Tourisme du Luxembourg, amaze the Business Class
In its quest to best satisfy its passengers, Luxair is renewing its Business Class menus, in collaboration with the École d’Hôtellerie et de Tourisme du Luxembourg.
In its philosophy of continuous improvement and of providing quality service to its passengers, Luxair has decided to review its business class catering concept.
In the spirit of innovation and once again by stepping off the beaten track, Luxair has launched a challenge to the young talents of the École d’Hôtellerie et de Tourisme du Luxembourg, by betting on the freshness of their ideas and their desire to surprise for the preparation of the new menu for the Business Class. Of course, by working hand in hand with the experienced chefs of Luxair Catering, guardians of the secrets of high-altitude catering. An unparalleled learning opportunity for both sides.
Through this initiative, Luxair is pursuing its desire to promote Luxembourg, its know-how and its values. This winter menu, designed in partnership with the EHTL, will be distributed to passengers traveling in Business Class from 28 October 2021 to 31 March 2022. The airline from its side will give fair visibility to this partnership both on board and through its social networks.
The high-quality menus will be characterized by local and seasonal products, which are sure to delight the taste buds of passengers. Indeed, the dishes will focus on the riches of nature and will be colorful and tasty. Breakfasts, meals or snacks will be offered, depending on the length and time of the flight.
Starting with the thin parmesan pie, going through the sashimi-style beef and ending with the lemon meringue pie, a challenge taken up hands down. These 12 prepared menus will be served from 31 October 2021 to Business Class customers. Luxair and the EHTL promise passengers a culinary journey through the best of European cuisine with fresh and surprising touches from all continents.
Conceptualized taking into account all the constraints related to the aviation context, these dishes perfectly combine refinement and innovation, elements that have characterized the Luxair flight experience since its creation. 2
A few words from Gilles Feith, Luxair CEO:
“We are very pleased with this opportunity to surround ourselves with young talents from the EHTL for the development of our Business Class menus. We wish to continue to play our role of Luxembourg ambassadors, this time highlighting the culinary talents of young Luxembourg chefs and local products, in order to introduce them to our passengers. », Gilles Feith, Luxair CEO
A few words from Michel Lanners, EHTL Director :
“I am pleased that the good news about the cooperation with Luxair, which regularly recruits EHTL graduates, continues. This initiative is a perfect example of a successful cooperation between a private company and a public school that have the same ambition, namely the satisfaction of their customers. For the teachers and students involved in the project, it represents a valuable educational operation as they had to work on very concrete challenges such as the constraints of catering at altitude, which represents an additional added value to their learning”, Michel Lanners, EHTL Director
The École d’Hôtellerie et de Tourisme du Luxembourg in Diekirch:
Founded in 1949, the school is recognized for its art of educating and teaching, with an emphasis on interpersonal and behavioral skills. Formerly Lycée technique hôtelier Alexis-Heck and renamed, since 2018, École d’Hôtellerie et de Tourisme du Luxembourg (in Diekirch), the school is the only institution to offer full-time courses in the hotel and catering sector and the only one in Luxembourg to offer the possibility of studies in the field of tourism. With more than 50 years of experience, the EHTL has implemented a pedagogy adapted to the needs of the professional market that await students when they leave school.
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