A growing range of increasingly good quality instant noodles are coming to the onboard table, says Maria Martinez-Ugartechea
Technology is ramping up the passenger experience and being used to reinvent onboard toys and games says Julie Baxter
A simple, tasty, easy to serve solution, cheese is an onboard staple which constantly reinvents itself says Cameron Roberts
Cocktails have always been a difficult product to serve onboard but pre-mix varieties are making it a lot easier. Laura Gelder picks out five products ready to go
Cameron Roberts reviews products making their mark at the International Food & Drink Event, London (March 19-22) including a variety of snack and beverage options
Julie Baxter takes a look at some of the style and lush luxury products partnerships with top-quality brands are bringing to the onboard amenities offering
Looking at foodie fashions for the year ahead, Marc Warde discovers the dining trends currently battling it out to be the onboard Special Meals of the future
It is a favourite known the world over but tea can be tricky to master at altitude. Cameron Roberts checks out some products that could well be just your cup of tea onboard
Non-dairy milks are emerging as the cream of the crop. Dietitian Eloise Bain takes a look at the health haloes of the most popular choices
Buy-on-board travel technology offers innovations passengers will love, says Martin Bailey author of The Useful Book of Gadgets, Gizmos and Apps
From an indulgent treat in First to a buy-on-board purchase, chocolate offers sweet opportunities to delight and inspire the passenger, says Cameron Roberts
Want to know which airlines are making waves for those surfing the web? Cameron Roberts shares the details on promising online retail outlets in the industry.
Do you know your inner from your outer headphone? In a constantly evolving market Cameron Roberts checks out a selection which covers all the bases.
Cameron Roberts has a cracking good time exploring the world of onboard egg products, discovering what will make or break an omelette at 30,000 feet.
Just the tonic for a long haul flight, Julie Baxter takes a look at gin distilleries poised to make their way onboard, including several great British brands.
Andy Hoskins hops on the bandwagon and finds out about the latest trends in onboard beer. Get ahead of the pack with his observations.