Flying Food announces new customers at IAD and JFK

 

Xiamen Airlines now has two U.S. gateway routes

Flying Food Group now caters Emirates and Xiamen Airlines out of two East Coast gateways, the caterer announced today.  

Emirates has chosen Flying Food Group IAD to cater its existing route of daily flights between Washington Dulles and Dubai. Emirates switched to FFG at IAD March 1 said Nicolas Rondeau, FFG Executive Vice President, Airline Sales.

The company’s unit at IAD is 48,000 square feet and within five miles of Dulles International Airport. The facility debuted in December 2015 servicing launch customer Virgin Atlantic. FFG IAD customers now include: Emirates – daily flights, Washington Dulles to Dubai (March 2017); Royal Air Maroc - three flights weekly flights from Washington Dulles to Casablanca (September 2016); Ethiopian Airlines - seven flights weekly flights from Washington Dulles to Addis Ababa (September 2016); Lufthansa German Airlines - two flights daily flights, Washington Dulles to Frankfurt/Munich (January 2017); and Virgin Atlantic - daily flights Washington Dulles to London (December 2015).

Xiamen Airlines has chosen Flying Food Group JFK to cater its new, three flights weekly route between New York JFK and Fuzhou, China. The inaugural 787 flight launched February 15. JFK is Xiamen’s second U.S. gateway.

“FFG welcomes Xiamen at JFK,” said Rondeau. “We look forward to a long, productive partnership.”