I`ve been in commercial aviation for a long time, and you are looking at the multi-step process. For starters, airlines have their food and beverage handled through contractors - but - the parent company of the airline also owns the flight kitchens. American Airlines owns Flight Kitchen or Flight Services or something like that, and Continental Airlines contracts with
But don’t worry – when the plane is held for scheduled maintenance – no one, and, I mean, no-one will touch the (YUCK) Star Bucks – we get the “no-name” coffee from the main cabin.
Your will supply chain will also have to be global, because
Airlines market through name recognition – so your product which is not patented will not fly (INHO). Customers have never heard of it and if it is not to their liking, they will blame the airline and not the real issue.
If you will contact be my phone or email, I will see if I can get you the name of a contact at