Roast Chicken With Cream Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

AirAsia in-flight meals can be something to be looked forward to whenever you travel with the budget airline. It “empowers” you to choose your own meal (and of course you have to pay for it).

Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce - AirAsia In-flight Meal
Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

The pack comes in the usual red-coloured aluminium packaging. The net weight is 260g. Listed ingredients for Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce includes checken, potato, pumpkin, broccoli, carrot, fresh milk, whipped cream, flour, butter, onion, garlic, leek, salt, sugar, chicken powder, spices and herbs.

Allergen information: May contain wheat gluten, dairy, nut, soy, egg and seafood.

Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce - AirAsia In-flight Meal
Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

If you purchase the combo in advance via the AirAsia website or mobile app, a small container of Spritzer mineral water will be included together in the meal to you for free.

Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce - AirAsia In-flight Meal
Roast Chicken with Cream Sauce – AirAsia In-flight Meal

This is the view that you probably would want to see before you order the food. The portion is quite generous for an in-flight food. However, it is only sufficient if you are not looking forward to have a heavy meal due to the absence of rice in the set.

Usage of aerobridge in Miri Airport

To my understanding, whenever possible, AirAsia will not use aerobridge for its flights. Nevertheless, the airline is forced to use aerobridge for its operation at KLIA2 terminal in Kuala Lumpur.

Miri Airport (MYY)

During my recent trip to Miri, I discovered that AirAsia uses aerobridge for both inbound and outbound flights. Probably because of a construction job taking place nearby.

San Francisco Airport (SFO), California, United States

In August 2012, I went to San Francisco Airport (SFO) when I was on my way back to New York. Transit time is about 6 hours, which is from midnight to 6 AM.

Entry point - San Francisco Airport
Entry point – San Francisco Airport

Immigration checks took me about 45 minutes, from the moment I line up until I take back my luggage. The process is pretty much streamlined so you don’t have to worry much about that. Just remember to declare any sensitive item that you might have (such as food and plants).

Restroom - San Francisco Airport
Restroom – San Francisco Airport

A room for travelers to rest. Very clean and comfortable. Somewhat I think this is better than JFK restrooms.

Outside terminal - San Francisco Airport
Outside terminal – San Francisco Airport

Six hours in deserted airport was too long for me. So I went to the city (about 30 miles away) and spend the whole night there.