Ontario Northland adds refurbished dining car to Polar Bear Express

By Linda Holmes, BayToday.ca; June 10, 2019 Passengers travelling on the Ontario Northland’s Polar Bear Express will benefit from a…

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Opinion: This master marketer says Doubletree’s cookies could teach companies a big lesson about wooing customers

By Rory Sutherland, Market Watch; May 28, 2019 Alphabet, the parent company of Google, runs a division that is now…

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What Other Carriers are Doing: The Future of Airplane Food Involves Robots, Apps, and Automats

Editor’s note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – Corridorrail.com…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: How airlines expect innovation to change the way you fly

By Benedikt Kammel, Bloomberg, The Register Citizen; April 22, 2019 Editor’s note: This is another story in an ongoing series…

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Ontario: FedNor contributes $150,000 to modernize Agawa Canyon Tour Train

By Elaine Della-Mattia, The Sault Star; April 11, 2019 FedNor will invest $150,000 into the modernization of the Agawa Canyon…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: AirAsia to Open Fast-Food Restaurant Serving Its Inflight Food

Editor’s note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – CorridorRail.com…

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Denver and the Winter Park Express: How to Make the Most of the Ski Train’s New Lounge Car Before Hitting the Slopes

By Josie Sexton, Denver Eater; February 18, 2019 A hand-held, Executair brand travel bar late last week was discovered on…

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Tasty oden hot pot served on trains in Japan a novel winter pleasure

By Tatsuya Watanabe and Yomiuri Shimbun, Staff Writers, The Japan News; February 2, 2019 Events to enjoy oden, a Japanese…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: Carnival Cruise Line Eliminating Complimentary Room Service With One Exception

Editor’s note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – CorridorRail.com…

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What other passenger carriers are doing – Airlines are catering to their smallest customers: children

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What other passenger carriers are doing: United Airlines sells a cookbook inspired by onboard meals

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What other carriers are doing: Cruise-Line Size Race Is Over; Now It’s a Battle Over Amenities

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Delicacies of the Dining Car

A Book Review By Corby Kummer, The New York Times; November 28, 2018 FOOD ON THE MOVE Dining on the…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: Bite the Bullet – British Airways business class menu warns their fancy dish could contain fragments of bullets

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What other passenger carriers are doing: En Route launches global roll-out of ‘crew nosh’ food ordering app

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What other passenger carriers are doing: CEREAL KILLER; British Airways premium economy passenger furious as airline hands out cereal bars for breakfast – after eight-hour £500 flight

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What other passenger carriers are doing: A budget airline passenger asked for water. He was given a cup of ice and told to wait.

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What other passenger carriers are doing: Michelin-starred chefs are elevating cruise ship cuisine to new heights

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What other passenger carriers are doing: A focus on cocktails is the latest F&B trend for cruise ships, hotels

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – CorridorRail.com…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: New cruise liner to DITCH buffet dining – and have this unusual option instead

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food and service operations and passenger expectations. –…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: Air Serbia reintroduces free food, upgrades product

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – CorridorRail.com…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: Airlines Hope Algorithms Can Finally Fix Their Drink Carts

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – CorridorRail.com…

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What Other Passenger Carriers are Doing: First-Class Flying Is Back, and It’s More Luxurious Than Ever

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – Corridorrail.com…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: American Airlines going healthier with Zoes Kitchen

By Lewis Lazare, Reporter, Chicago Business Journal; September 24, 2018 American Airlines is teaming up with Zoes Kitchen, a fast-casual…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: Alaska Airlines celebrates autumn in first-class cabins

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – Corridorrail.com…

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