Which airlines are best for in-flight food?

Turkish Airlines’ menu has Kosher, vegetarian and kids’ options

The flight comparison site Skyscanner has ranked international airlines from around the world according to scores received from passengers on their in-flight food’s presentation and taste. The best on-board food is served by Turkish Airlines, whose menu includes dishes such as stuffed eggplant and walnut pear tart. It also has Kosher, vegetarian and kids’ options. Singapore Airlines, where celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has offered his advice in the past, placed second.
The full list with scores: Turkish Airlines – 86; Singapore Airlines – 81; Etihad – 80; Aer Lingus – 78; Emirates – 77; Cathay Pacific – 75; KLM – 75; Qantas – 72; Aeroflot – 71; Air France – 70; Iberia – 65; SAS – 64; United Airlines – 62; British Airways – 60; Qatar Airways – 57; Virgin Atlantic – 57; Alitalia – 54; Lufthansa – 53; American Airlines – 47.5.
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[pictured: Turkish Airlines catering, Comfort Class; courtesy Turkish Airlines]

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