On Air Dining launches On Air Interiors

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On Air Dining, an inflight dining experience provider, has launched product range On Air Interiors. In conjunction with Glancy Fawcett, a UK-based linen and tableware sourcing specialist, On Air Interiors offers bespoke-designed silverware, crystal, china, table settings, linen, blankets and other cabin accessories.

On Air Dining will work with clients to create tailored interior ranges to fulfill specific needs and complement existing or new interiors. Customers can choose from an established range of items or create their own design.

On Air Dining has created a dedicated showroom for On Air Interiors at its headquarters at the Diamond Hangar at Stansted Airport, UK. Customers can now sample dishes created by On Air Dining’s chefs, discuss design with the experts and browse the range of interior accessories on offer from On Air Interiors.

On Air Interiors has already secured three clients for a number of large aircraft, and it is intended that the new offering will be most popular with the mid- to large-cabin jet market.

“We are delighted to team up with the renowned brand of Glancy Fawcett to launch On Air Interiors,” said Daniel Hulme, CEO, On Air Dining. “Food presentation plays a huge role in the eating experience and we strongly believe in enabling the flight attendants to present appealing dishes. The recipe for that includes not only the food presentation but also how the table is set, the plates used for serving, and the overall ambience of the cabin interior. With On Air Interiors we are aiming to facilitate an even more enjoyable experience for those on board.”

Glancy Fawcett is experienced in sourcing products and accessories for yachts. “On Air Dining selected Glancy Fawcett because they understand the need to provide a tailored service while staying committed to meeting high-end specifications,” said Hulme.

June 19, 2015

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