- British Airways is promoting Ramadan by providing Iftar meals to Muslim travellers.
- Panagiotis Theodotou is the airline’s regional commercial manager.
- He recognizes the significance of Ramadan and has made the wise decision to offer in-flight iftar.
A major European airline, British Airways, is promoting Ramadan by providing Iftar meals to Muslim travellers between London and Muslim nations.
In order to break their fast, British Airlines offers dates and laban (buttermilk) to passengers who are fasting throughout the month of Ramadan. Also, the wait staff will try to save a dinner for passengers to eat after dusk.
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By providing special services to its Muslim customers throughout Ramadan, the airline makes sure that every one of its customers feels respected and honored.
British Airways’ Panagiotis Theodotou, the airline’s regional commercial manager for the Middle East and Pakistan, has recognised the significance of Ramadan for many of the company’s clients.
British Airlines has therefore made the wise decision to offer in-flight iftar to and from London. During the holy month of Ramadan, passengers flying to and from Heathrow on specific routes, such as those to and from Dubai, Kuwait, Islamabad, Riyadh, Bahrain, Doha, Cairo, Algiers, Amman, Marrakech, Tirana, Antalya, and Dalaman, will be able to partake in British Airways’ in-flight iftar service.