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Bonza, the newest airline in Australia, has awarded a multi-year contract to Dnata, a travel services provider owned by Emirates Group, to support its operations and services. As part of the agreement, Dnata will deliver the airline’s on-demand menu, which features 100% Australian-made products, including quality meals, beverages, and snacks. The company’s retail experts have worked with Bonza to develop a range of Australian products to provide a fresh approach to the onboard experience and boost ancillary revenue. The partnership will also help the airline to grow its onboard menu and offer more Australian food and drink products.
Dnata Catering will operate a new facility near Bonza’s base at Sunshine Coast Airport, the first of its kind at the airport, to support the airline’s operations. With the new catering centre, Dnata Catering now operates 15 facilities with over 3,000 professionals, providing tailor-made in-flight catering and retail services to more than 40 airlines in Australia. The company’s CEO, Hiranjan Aloysius, expressed his pride at being selected as the in-flight retail partner for Bonza and added that the company’s innovative solutions and deep understanding of passenger needs will ensure a memorable and unique in-flight experience for passengers, helping the airline to deliver on its ambitious growth plans.Bonza promises to offer affordable travel to the masses, and it will initially connect 27 routes to 17 destinations with flight deals starting from AUD 49 to AUD 79 one-way. The airline operates four Boeing 737 Max from its two bases in Sunshine Coast and Melbourne. Carly Povey, Bonza’s Chief Commercial Officer, acknowledged Dnata’s key role in delivering the airline’s all-Aussie menu, which is a unique selling point for the airline. The airline aims to grow its onboard menu with Dnata’s support and take more Australian food and drink products to new heights.