Bryan Bellicini
November 7, 2020

When it comes to catering, it’s important to know what’s included in the charter price and what are the options available based on the private jet category and flight durations. In our quotations, we always show the catering options included on each offer.

Snack & drinks

This is the basic service available in any private jet you could charter around the world, but what does snack & drinks really mean? For snacks we mean a selection of salty snacks like chips, mix of nuts, tarallini and sweets like chocolates, biscuits, bars and candies.

Open bar is always available with coffee, tea, a selection of soft drinks (sodas, water, juices) and alcoholic beverage such as wines, spirits and beer. Champagne might or might not be included however, our team can arrange your preferred bottle  of wine to enjoy at 30,000 feet.

Light catering

Light catering might be included in the charter price when charting a light jet onwards. Most of the light and midsize aircraft are not equipped with the microwave therefore, there is no possibility to warm-up the food onboard. The selection can be catered based on your preference, allergies or any dietary requirements. Usually, light catering consists on a selection of canapé, sandwiches, cold cuts, salads and pastries.

VIP catering

A full meal can be served only when a flight attendant is available onboard and the aircraft  (midsize or bigger)is equipped with a microwave. Our team will draft a menu catered on your preference, or supply the meal directly from your favourite restaurant in town. From the welcome drink to dessert, a fine five-star experience will be served in style.

Example of Venicejets' long-haul flight menu
Private Jet 101
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