Japan Airlines - Do you really want to eat KFC chicken before arriving in the U.S.?

Akihabaranews.com - Japan Airlines - Air Kentucky Fried Chicken

 

Japan Airlines will be serving the special in-flight meal - Air Kentucky Fried Chicken - on their international flights from December 1 through February 28.

Air Kentucky Fried Chicken includes bite-sized fried chicken, green salad, coleslaw, biscuit, and chocolate nut cake. It will be served before arrival in Premium Economy class and Economy class on flights from Narita (Tokyo) to Los Angeles, San Diego, Chicago, Boston, New York, London, Frankfurt, Paris, and Helsinki.

I'd rather eat something simple before arriving in the U.S. Do you really want to eat fried chicken on the flight?

 

 

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