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dnata Catering expands its presence in Australia

dnata, the world’s leading provider of aviation and travel services, expands its presence in Australia by winning a multi-year contract with the country’s newest airline, Bonza, to support its operations and services – including delivery of the airline’s On-Demand 100 Percentage of Retail Catering Footprint Australian Menu.

dnata said its global experience and comprehensive end-to-end solutions will ensure the seamless implementation and delivery of the airline’s retail program across its operations.

Its retail specialists work with Bonza to select and develop a wide range of Australian made products.

These include premium meals, beverages and snacks, helping airlines deliver new ways to experience the inflight experience and maximize ancillary revenue.

dnata Catering will support Bonza’s operations at a new facility adjacent to the carrier base at Sunshine Coast Airport (MCY) – the first of its kind at the emerging airport.

Including the newest catering centre, dnata Catering now has 15 facilities and employs a team of over 3,000 highly trained professionals providing bespoke in-flight catering and retail services to over 40 Australian airlines .

Hiranjan Aloysius, CEO of dnata Catering Australia, said: “We are extremely proud to have been selected as Bonza’s in-flight retail partner. Our innovative solutions, combined with our deep understanding of passenger needs, will ensure a memorable and unique in-flight experience, Helping the airline achieve its ambitious growth plans.”

“We are extremely honored to be part of this historic moment in Australian aviation history and look forward to contributing to Bonza’s success,” he noted.

Carly Povey, Chief Commercial Officer at Bonza, said: “dnata has played a key role in delivering the world’s first in-flight menu entirely sourced from its home country, on-demand via the Fly Bonza app and delivered directly to customers’ seats.”

“The creation and delivery of our all-Australian menu was no easy feat and with the first-ever catering facility set up in Bonza’s backyard – Sunshine Coast Airport. We look forward to growing our in-flight menu to bring more quality Australian food and beverage products to new heights,” he added.trade arab news agency

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