Restaurant Admiral signed a contract with an Irish airline

Unexpected news came from the central office of the airline Aer Lingus.

In the Irish planes potstickers will be served to the passengers

A 3-year contract was signed by the airline from Ireland   with the Admiral restaurant in Dublin, to supply food for wide-body design, which performs transatlantic flights to the USA and Canada.

Since May on all airliners of Aer Lingus, passengers will be offered in the air set, pancakes with meat. From the Hot Plate you will be able to order even pelmeni.

But the full menu list provided by the restaurant Admiral for Aer Lingus has not been blazoned out yet. Our editorial staff congratulates Aer Lingus on such a successful contract.

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