MORRISTOWN, N.J., June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Sky In Flight Catering has expanded its newly-launched, quality-centric gourmet food service into Teterboro Airport in Teterboro, New Jersey to accommodate the fine foods needs of private jet owners, corporate executives and commercial airlines operating throughout the airfield. Available 24-hours a day, seven days a week, the service is specifically designed to indulge the sophisticated requests of the airport's nearly 200,000 annual flights with an unparalleled assortment of premium food and beverage options ranging from breakfast, lunch and dinner to snacks, cocktails and upscale liquors.
"The expansion of our gourmet catering services into Teterboro Airport fulfills the next phase of our strategic development and long-term goal of providing the metropolitan area with premier in-flight dining experiences anytime of the day or night," says Anthony Curlo, the company's managing partner and co-owner. "The extremely successful launch of Blue Sky In Flight Catering at Morristown Municipal Airport in March was the first step in filling the void in the marketplace and setting the standard for the highest quality in-flight dining and catering services."
Launched in partnership with David Alan Fabisch, proprietor of David Alan Caterers and the owner of one of New Jersey's leading social event and corporate catering services, Blue Sky In Flight Catering commenced its fine foods operations at Teterboro Airport on June 1 with the full approval of the Port Authority of NY & NJ. As with the gourmet-centric choices supplied to Morristown Airport, Blue Sky In Flight Catering will service the sophisticated dining needs of Teterboro Airport through its 5,000-square-foot production kitchen located in nearby East Hanover, New Jersey.
"The highly-anticipated launch of our fine food service into Teterboro Airport builds upon the great success at Morristown, where we've received tremendous accolades from clients as well as the airports fixed based operators," says Fabisch. "Our dedicated and highly-professional staff is available all day, every day to provide clients at both locations with first-class service, great tasting foods and an extremely broad range of liquors and beverages."
Headed by General Manager Steve Geller, who is a silver medal winner and member of the culinary Geneva Association, the Blue Sky gourmet kitchen staff is fully-equipped to meet nearly any epicurean pleasure such as requests for New Zealand baby lamb chops served with wild rice pancakes and caramelized soy sauce, grilled lobster medallions on toasted French bread points or all varieties of specialty wraps, fresh salads, hors d'oeuvres, sandwich platters and freshly-baked desserts, breads, bagels and rolls. The Blue Sky menu also offers clients hundreds of choices with the option to custom order any dish according to specific tastes or dietary guidelines. Additional specialty services even include the delivery of fresh flowers, newspapers and dry cleaning.
The Blue Sky In Flight Catering menu can be found at www.blueskyinflight.com with orders placed at 973-884-9000. The company is also dedicated to the delivery of most selections within an hour of the time of order.
About Blue Sky In Flight Catering
Blue Sky In Flight Catering was created to give wings to the five star dining experience, providing superior service, timely delivery and exceptional cuisine to the most discriminating clientele. The company is headed by a team of local culinary luminaries and accomplished business executives and operates out of Morristown, N.J. From the thoughtfully prepared menu to custom orders and beyond, Blue Sky will cater to every whim.
SOURCE Blue Sky In Flight Catering
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