Have a hankering for airline food? Apparently some people do.
German online grocer AllYouNeed.com and Lufthansa are in the testing phase of a new service called Air Food One that makes deliveries of airline-style food once a week in the cities of Dusseldorf and Cologne.
The meals are inspired by the airline’s business class menus and include steak filets, chicken in pepper sauce, and cod. Entrees go for about $13 a pop, according to CNN. They don’t come precooked like traditional airborne meals, so customers have to heat them up themselves.
Deliveries do not come with folding tray table or flight attendant, so suffice to say, you won't get the full airplane experience.
Would you order airline food at home?