This month Akasa Air celebrates good health with its International Yoga Day meal at Café Akasa
National, 7 June 2023: Café Akasa, Akasa Air’s onboard meal service, has introduced a nutrition-packed special meal to celebrate International Yoga Day in June. The exclusive meal will be available on flights until 30 June across the
National, 7 June 2023: Café Akasa, Akasa Air’s onboard meal service, has introduced a nutrition-packed special meal to celebrate International Yoga Day in June. The exclusive meal will be available on flights until 30 June across the network and includes a refreshing sprouted bean and millet salad mixed with pomegranate seeds and lemon olive oil dressing, accompanied by a delectable sweet potato halwa & a choice of beverage.
Millets have been an integral part of our diet for centuries. In addition to a plethora of health benefits, millets are also good for the environment with low water & input requirement. With the aim to create awareness and increase production & consumption of millets, United Nations, in collaboration with the Government of India, declared 2023 the International Year Millets. This special meal is an ode to this mission.
International Yoga Day reignites conversations to focus on one’s overall well-being and incorporating a balanced meal and an emphasis on health, while travelling outside of one’s home, goes a long way in making the most of the physical and mental benefits of yoga. The special meal by Café Akasa has high nutritional value with nourishing and hearty ingredients and has been prepared by culinary experts, to celebrate the spirit of good health on the occasion of International Yoga Day. This meal is an exclusive addition to Café Akasa’s healthy and vegan offerings and is a perfect choice for those who are looking for light meal options while travelling.
Since the launch of operations in August 2021, Akasa Air has introduced specially curated meal options that are inspired by regional specialities associated with celebrations during popular festivals and special occasions like Ganesh Chaturthi, Dussehra, Diwali, Christmas, Makar Sankranti, Valentine’s Day, Holi, Eid al-Fitr, and Mother’s Day. The airline also offers a pre-selection of cakes on its regular menu for flyers who want to celebrate special occasions with their loved ones in the skies.
About Cafe Akasa
Akasa Air’s buy-on-board meal service is Café Akasa. With a wide choice of multi-cuisine, tasty, quality, and healthy meals, including industry-first options, the offering provides customers a unique and indulgent gourmet experience in the skies.
The unique and varied menu offers a wide choice of meals, including healthy options such as farm- inspired, plant-based nutritious combos – exclusively curated with reputed chefs from across India. An array of unique festival menus and quality fusion meal offerings, inspired by Indian cuisines and celebrations as well as industry-first options like pasta, Vietnamese rice rolls and beverages like hot chocolate are available on board, all year round.
As an environmentally progressive airline, Akasa Air’s packaging of perishable meals is ethically sourced from sustainably grown crops and served on board with stylish wooden cutlery that is biodegradable.
About Akasa Air
Akasa Air is India’s newest and most dependable airline, offering warm and efficient customer service, reliable operations, and affordable fares – all in the Akasa Way. Akasa’s youthful personality, employee- centric philosophy, tech-led approach, and culture of service will make this commitment a reality for all Indians. The carrier launched its first commercial flight on 07 August 2022 to support the growing demand across India.
With a commitment to being socially responsible, Akasa Air has placed a firm order of 72 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes, powered by CFM fuel-efficient, LEAP-1B engines. The 737 MAX family aircraft deliver
superior efficiency in reducing fuel use and carbon emissions, fulfilling the airline’s promise of being an environmentally friendly company with the youngest and greenest fleet in the Indian skies.