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AirAsia Thailand Takes a Green Leap with Plant-Based Menu Offering

Exciting news! AirAsia Thailand is making significant strides in embracing the Green Revolution, particularly when it comes to their in-flight dining experience. Their latest in-flight magazine cover, boldly adorned with the words "PLANTS" and the tagline "Embrace the Green Revolution," is a testament to their commitment.

Air Asia Inflight Magazine Greeb Cover


AirAsia Thailand has recently launched their first plant-based menu item, the Thai Panang Curry, and they deserve kudos for this progressive step. While it may have taken some time to arrive, the introduction of a plant-based option is indeed a cause for celebration. Moreover, it appears to be fully vegan, adding an extra layer of appeal for conscious consumers.

Air Asia plant-based curry


However, it's important to note that despite this exciting development, the majority of AirAsia Thailand's hot in-flight meals, six out of eight to be precise, still contain meat. While it's not yet a complete revolution, this move signals a promising start toward a more sustainable and environmentally friendly future.

When asked about the progress, a representative from AirAsia Thailand stated, "We are delighted to introduce our first plant-based menu item, the Thai Panang Curry, as part of our commitment to offering diverse and sustainable food options to our passengers. We understand the growing demand for plant-based choices and aim to expand our offerings in the future."

Reflecting on this development, one passenger shared, "I'm thrilled to see AirAsia Thailand embracing plant-based food. It's a step in the right direction, and I hope other airlines follow suit."

Meanwhile, Swees Plant Based Foods, a company specializing in vegan alternatives out of Thailand, has offered AirAsia Thailand a delicious vegan cheese alternative for their cheese sandwich, further expanding the plant-based options available to passengers.

'As we look to the future, it's crucial that we continue supporting initiatives like AirAsia Thailand's plant-based menu, pushing for greater sustainability and a greener future', says Swees CEO Nicolas Frauenfelder.

Swees Plant-Based cheese

'The conversation is ongoing, and it's an invitation for everyone to share their experiences and opinions on flying and vegan-friendly meals', says Nicolas Frauenfelder.

Editors note: Remember, the journey towards a greener, more sustainable world is one requiring collective effort and collaboration. Let's continue to inspire positive change and work together towards a brighter future.



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