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Record business-aviation traffic during 2012 Olympics expected to boost revenues for Air Culinaire

Inflight meals firm Air Culinaire is expanding its distribution strategies at its London kitchen in an effort to ensure it can keep pace with the anticipated demand for in-flight catering during the London 2012 Olympic Games, the company has revealed.

Record business-aviation traffic is expected to descend on London for the 2012 Olympic Games and the company is advising operators to keep their entire schedule in mind when considering their catering options.

The company said that it will be able to meet last-minute and special requests during the 2012 Olympic Games but the more time given to prepare the better. In-flight catering orders are expected to be in high demand throughout the summer London 2012 Olympic Games, with demand expected to peak during the closing ceremonies.

Air Chef Holdings LLC is the parent company of Air Culinaire International Limited, including Air Culinaire-London. Air Chef Holdings LLC is a Universal Weather and Aviation Inc wholly owned subsidiary.

Air Culinaire is only one of many London-based business hoping to cash in on the Olympics, but London’s bid to host the event was accepted in 2005. About 40,000 jobs have been created because of the event and house prices in Stratford, where most of the games will take place, have increased significantly, according to a report in the Independent.


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  1. This is great news for the Aviation Catering industry and will certainly put them through their paces. I hope that they are able to meet everyone’s needs and special requirements and enjoy the process. This will only make them into better companies with their services.