ARenowned Steakhouse Chain Takes Flight

Business Jet Traveler » April 2009
Wednesday, April 1, 2009 - 5:00am

The Air Culinaire chain of business aviation caterers has announced a partnership with the nationwide Morton's Restaurant Group that will allow customers in 12 of its 14 U.S. markets to order from Morton's menu of steaks, as well as seafood, appetizers and more. With 24 hours' notice, the Air Chef-owned Air Culinaire chain will coordinate the logistics, packaging, delivery and onboard service for each Morton's order.

Meanwhile, Air Culinaire International has opened in London to serve airports in its metropolitan area. The facility is the first Culinaire kitchen outside the U.S.

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