Miche­lin Stars in the Sky

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Five air­lines with tray-chic menus by award-win­ning chefs. AIR­PLANE FOOD is fa­mously un­ap­pe­tiz­ing, but over the past few years part­ner­ships be­tween air­lines and award-win­ning chefs and restau­ra­teurs have re­ally taken off. In Fe­bru­ary New York restau­ra­teur Danny Meyer an­nounced that food from his Union Square Hospi­tal­ity Group would be served on Delta, and, in May, Amer­i­can an­nounced that four ac­claimed chefs would up­grade its menus, in­clud­ing Chicago’s Ma­neet Chauhan and Dal­las’ Ju­lian Bar­sotti. As it does on land, Miche­lin-wor­thy food comes at a price—these meals are served al­most ex­clu­sively in first class and busi­ness. Here’s where to find those high-fly­ing chefs.

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