Something In The Air: A Culinary Holy Trinity For Private Jet Users

Moët Hennessy, On Air Dining and Victor team up to create stunning new dining experiences

It’s a triumvirate made in heaven for private jet users who indulge in some gentle bacchanalia above the clouds: Moët Hennessy has teamed up with executive in-flight concierge On Air Dining and private jet charter company Victor to create a completely unique culinary experience for fliers.

On Air Dining’s ‘sky-high’ dishes will be washed down with specially selected fizz from the Moët Hennessy stable – Dom Pérignon Vintage 2009 in the case of cured Loch Duart salmonwith oyster mayonnaise, dashi cucumberand oscietra; Dom Pérignon Plénitude Deuxième (P2) 2000 in the case of the pan-roasted langoustine with confit pork croquette, truffled leek, shallot and parsley; Cloudy Bay Te Koko 2015 in the case of lobster and butter-poached chicken  – as an exclusive in-flight option to Victor customers flying from the London area.

Cured Loch Duart salmonwith oyster mayonnaise, dashi cucumberand osier 

There are several different fine-dining menu pairings to select from, and the possibility to further tailor those choices. On Air Dining is a leading innovator when it comes to menus designed for maximum enjoyment at altitude, and its experts in using advanced cooking techniques to enhance the effects on the palate when eating in-flight have teamed up with Dom Pérignon’s tasting experts to create these harmoniously-balanced meals.

“The pairing menu created by On Air Dining to be enjoyed in-flight with Victor is a fantastic way to enjoy Dom Pérignon. The creativity and expertise of On Air Dining offers an excellent culinary echo to our wines,” says Moët Hennessy’s Benjamin Manté-Martini.

  

For more information visit flyvictor.com/fine-dining

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