JAL - AIR Mos - Flight meal by Mos Burger

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Do you remember that we wrote that Japan Airlines (JAL) served KFC's combo as a flight meal on their international flights? It is a limited time offer meal and will be available until February 28.

After the end of KFC combo's service period, according to JAL, they are going to start serving the burger combo Air Mos from Mos Burger from March 1 to May 31, which is one of the largest burger chain restaurants in Japan. This is actually the 4th time for JAL to collaborate with Mos burger.

Mos burger made a healthy burger "Mos Yasai" (Yasai means vegetables) with a refreshing carrot sauce made of carrots, onions, celery and some fruit.

It will be served as the second meal to economy/premium economy passengers before landing on the flight from Tokyo's Narita Airport to Los Angeles, San Diego, Chicago, Boston, New York, London, Frankfurt, Paris, Helsinki and from Tokyo's Haneda Airport to London and Paris.

 

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