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Titan Airways selects Royalblue Executive Services as preferred in-flight caterer

Posted 26 April 2013 · Add Comment

Titan Airways, the London Stansted-based specialist charter airline, has announced a new partnership with executive jet caterer, Royalblue Executive Services.

Middlesex-based Royalblue specialises in catering for the executive jet market and will serve Titan’s 12-strong fleet, ranging from its six-seat Cessna Citation CJ2+ to its 265-seat Boeing 767.

Stansted-based Gate Aviation will continue to pack Titan’s dry stores, bars, kiosks and ‘go now’ flights, thus maintaining and ensuring the airline’s signature rapid response capability in the airline sub-charter market.

Royalblue Executive Services was selected based on its reputation, experience and the variety of menus on offer to serve private and corporate flights.

Kim Braithwaite, inflight services manager at Titan Airways, said: “Following an intensive search for caterers with a product to match our high standards of service, we followed up on a recommendation that led to the selection of Royalblue. 

“Although Royalblue tends to specialise in in-flight catering for executive jets, it is equally capable of providing comprehensive, delicious menus for our larger VIP group charters and higher end tour operator services. It also offers 24/7 service, which was a key factor in their selection and sets them apart from other caterers.”

Cliff Naylor, operations manager, at Royalblue Executive Services added: “We are delighted to be associated with Titan Airways, a prestigious carrier which shares our desire to deliver the highest standard of service. We’re confident that Titan’s unparalleled expertise in the field of corporate travel, allied to Royalblue’s skill in providing in-flight cuisine par excellence, will create a successful collaboration.”



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