Air New Zealand Trials Impossible Burger on Los Angeles to London Flights
Air New Zealand has extended its partnership with Silicon Valley startup Impossible Foods to offer its flagship burger in the Business Premier cabin of Los Angeles to London flights.
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Impossible Burger Debuts on Los Angeles to London Flights By Popular Demand
Air New Zealand Business Premier travelers can now enjoy the coveted plant-based patty, which was reportedly added to menus on flight NZ2 by popular demand.
“Customers have been asking for the Impossible-Burger on our Los Angeles-London route and we’re very excited to take the plant-based burger across the Atlantic,” said Air New Zealand’s Customer Experience Manager Niki Chave.
Those looking to try the meat-free option should be advised; however, it is a limited release. Also, the burger is only available in the Business Premier Cabin, and it will be offered until the end of October.
Impossible Burger on other routes
NZ2 is not the first Air New Zealand flight route to offer the popular burger by Impossible Foods. The airline broke ground by debuting the meat alternative on its Los Angeles to Auckland flights just last year; making it the first airline to offer an Impossible Foods product.
While the release was met with some criticism, including that of pro-meat NZ politician Nathan Guy, who called the release disappointing, it appears to have been a success.
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