Since Nov. 3, Air France has offered upgraded meal service for business-class passengers on its Paris-Haneda route.

A choice of cold appetizers or warm vegetable soup that includes pumpkin, potatoes and peas is now available. There are six types of entrees created by Guy Martin, owner and chef of Le Grand Vefour, that are available on flights departing Paris until Dec. 31. The meals are arranged and prepared individually by cabin attendants who have trained at a school run by famous French chef Paul Bocuse.

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