Managing partners of Airware, Amanda Kraft and Eric Posey, have a 1,000 square foot showroom and office space at trainDAVINCI. This showcases their inflight products, which range from disposable products and utensils to bespoke china and linens.
Airware specializes in tabletop products as well as offering other items for food service on-board including galley tools and specialty knives, reheating containers, cooler bags with ice gels, food safety supplies, and disposable items to assist the crew in serving that five-star meal their passengers expect.
Airware provides items that can help the third crew member transform their meal service into an anticipated event, including collapsible pastry tiers and tea sets for high tea service; shot glasses and silver ice bowls with mother of pearl spoons for a top scale caviar and vodka service; steamer baskets, lacquered chopsticks and sake sets for a surprising Japanese appetizer and sushi service. “There’s so much we can do through food to enhance a passenger’s experience,” noted Amanda Kraft,
Airware provides all the food service training equipment for trainDAVINCI’s service trainer, demonstration hangar and, of course, the culinary classroom. We feel that for someone to be confident serving in the air they should be trained using similar equipment on the ground. As such, Airware will assist in the courses that specialize in the care, maintenance, and use of the equipment. We also want to provide the crew members with the knowledge of different types of products available – glass versus crystal, silver versus stainless steel, porcelain versus bone china, cotton versus linen – so cabin crew know how to handle and care for it saving the operators money in the long run,” underlined Amanda.