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Air France introduces feel-good menu Today's News

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From April, passengers on long-haul Air France flights will be able to select the ‘My Fun Menu’, which is designed with teens and young adults in mind. 

The menu features a main course of a beef burger with Emmental and Bearnaise sauce served with kettle chips; dessert is a caramel-filled donut and a yoghurt drink, and Haribo sweets are served as a ‘sweet treat’. Passengers can now purchase this option for €13 (R194) or 4 500 miles, for travel departing from April 1. 

The My Fun Menu now brings to five the number of à la carte menus in the economy and premium economy cabins. Other menus include Le Marché de Jean Imbert: a culinary creation designed by this popular star of French cuisine; Une Sélection Lenôtre: a meal designed by the famous Lenôtre restaurants; the Ocean Menu: a seafood speciality menu; and the Tradition Menu: an assortment of French gourmet products highlighting the French culinary heritage.

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