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Aer Lingus Improves and Expands Food and Entertainment Offering for Business and Economy Classes

Aer Lingus has enhanced and expanded its in-flight entertainment and food options for passengers using both its Business and Economy Classes.

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The entertainment package will now include up to date blockbuster movies, classic movies and new documentaries.

The new summer menu includes lighter and vegetarian options as well as dishes such as smoked salmon, roast parsnip and apple soup, seasonal salads, herb-infused roast pork, pan-fried hake, thyme and parsley chicken supreme and saffron-poached prawns.

Aer Lingus has also revamped its dessert menu, with customers now able to enjoy a choice of lemon cream mousse or a local cheese board. All dishes are focused on seasonal, sustainably sourced, local produce, as the airline continues to deliver customers a hearty meal wherever they are in the world.

Finally, AerClub members – the loyalty programme of Aer Lingus – can now earn Tier Credits, in addition to collecting Avios, when flying with British Airways. This will help members collect Tier Credits more easily and BA Executive Club members can also earn Tier Credits on Aer Lingus.

Susanne Carberry, Aer Lingus’ chief customer officer, said: “At Aer Lingus, we value feedback and, constantly, review our food and entertainment offerings to ensure we meet the needs of our customers.

“Based on this feedback, I am pleased to say we’ve upgraded the quality and range of food onboard for both Economy and Business Class customers and have increased the amount of in-flight entertainment content by more than one third.

“Along with enjoying enhanced in-flight dining and entertainment, holidaymakers can also expect a warm and friendly welcome on board all Aer Lingus flights and a generous baggage allowance when flying long-haul.”

Geoff Percival
Geoff Percival
Geoff has worked in business, news, consumer and travel journalism for more than 25 years; having worked for and contributed to the likes of The Irish Examiner, Business & Finance, Business Plus, The Sunday Times, The Irish News, Senior Times, and The Sunday Tribune.

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