British Airways Changes Up Menus

British Airways is focusing on taking passengers' onboard dining experience to new heights, with new Height Cuisine and Olympics inspired menus. Michelin-starred Chef Heston Blumenthal has helped to create the Height Cuisine menu with umami rich (a.k.a "fifth taste") food such as seaweed, tomatoes, mackeral, and parmesan cheese.

The Olympic-inspired menu, creation of rising star chef Simon Hulstone, will incorporate local produce and popular ingredients from the airline's menus dating back to 1948. A special onboard soundtrack will also be available to compliment the meal, featuring uplifting music and commentary from iconic British moments in the Olympic games. This special menu will be available from July until September, on most long-haul flights leaving from London Heathrow airport.

For more information on British Airways, or to book a flight, visit www.britishairways.com.

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