While the airline has used in-flight chefs for business class travelers since 2001, their continuous restaurant-style menu improvements are what has caught our eye. Case in point: bmi recently introduced made-to-order omelets and Horlicks sleep potion (a traditional English bedtime malted drink) on their business class menu.
Unfortunately, bmi will no longer operate direct routes between the U.S. and London Heathrow (where it is the second largest airline in terms of total slots after British Airways) come next month. However, passengers travelling on specific United or US Airways flights to/from Heathrow via bmis code-share agreement will have the opportunity to enjoy fine dining at 35,000 feet. Bmi code share is available from such U.S. cities as Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.
Airline food where people actually ask for seconds? What a world we live in.