AirAsia Introduces Classic Szechuan Dish On Board
SEPANG, OCT 12 – AirAsia today unveiled its new Kung Pao Chicken dish, the latest addition to the Santan inflight menu. The new meal features tender chicken in delicious Kung Pao sauce – a bold blend of dark soya sauce, garlic, ginger and dried chili – topped with roasted peanuts, served with fragrant white rice garnished with spring onions.
“Food is an important part of our inflight service and why our guests enjoy flying with us. To get it right, we listen closely to their feedback, especially when developing a new meal. Kung Pao Chicken was the clear winner in an onboard survey conducted a few months ago, and it is our pleasure to deliver to our guests what they asked for – a tasty, satisfying dish that showcases the best of China,” AirAsia Group Chief Commercial Officer Siegtraund Teh said.
Pre-book the Kung Pao Chicken combo meal with complimentary drink now for only RM10 for AirAsia flights (carrier code AK) and RM 15 for AirAsia X flights (carrier code D7) across all AirAsia destinations. Guests are encouraged to pre-book Santan meals via Manage my Booking on airasia.com to enjoy a wider variety of meals, greater savings and priority meal services onboard. For latest AirAsia news, activities and promotions, please follow AirAsia on Twitter (twitter.com/AirAsia) and Facebook (facebook.com/AirAsia).
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