Many aircraft are currently parked in the hangars the world over as a result of coronakrisen.
And it may be that more and more people miss to fly and get to the southern sun with the big machines or perhaps just the excuse to be able to sit back and watch a movie, take a nap above the clouds on the way to the exciting destinations.
But perhaps there is a thing about the flight, as you not just love: Flymaden.
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It is that a company will make on on: Gate Gourmet, which among other things stands for food for Virgin Australia, now offer that you can buy flymaden this home for almost no money. So are you one of those who love the food served in the foliebakken, so there is good news.
as there are fewer aircraft in the air due to corona, there is also a great deal of food in excess. So now you do not need to fly anywhere, to get served a history piece chicken with rice and a little vegetables.
Gate Gourmet Meals are now selling the flymad down completely for two australian dollars equivalent to around nine Danish kroner per dish.
the Company Gate Gourmet is one of the world's largest within flymad. Even if their new action sounds like a good offer, then you must, unfortunately, be 'down under' to get your fingers in the cheap frost-packages,which will only be sold in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in Australia.
The lucky australians do not know exactly which dishes they order. They can only choose between with or without meat.
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There is already sold out in the fourth city, Perth, where the company also sold madpakkerne, but as Gate Gourmet write on their website, there is only food until the last box is 'flown' out of the door.
however, There are some things you should be aware of when you buy the food. General tastes food differently when you are up in the higher altitudes. When you get so high up, your sense of taste impaired. This is often used significantly more salt to enhance the taste in the flymaden.
Sunday wrote Ekstra Bladet about how a Danish spiritusproducent had to sell out of their stock, which resulted in a mile long queue in Kolding.