VistaJet launches culinary partnership with Estiatorio Milos

Famous for its inflight dining focus, VistaJet has added another celebrity restaurant partnership to its lineup.

By Doug Gollan, August 23, 2023

Famous for its inflight dining focus, VistaJet has added another celebrity restaurant partnership to its lineup

VistaJet is expanding its culinary focus by partnering with Estiatorio Milos.  

“We are uncompromising when it comes to in-flight dining and believe that food at altitude should taste as good as food at your favorite restaurant. We focus on providing quality ingredients, exceptional service, and inspired private dining in the air to our members, but why stop there? As a brand, we are passionate about creating experiences that our members will remember – and the unique experiences that we design with our partners are part of the service excellence VistaJet offers,” says Diego Sabino, Vice President of Private Dining.  

The relationship means you can now order Milos Chef and Founder Costas Spiliadis’s famous lobster salad aboard its Members’ fleet.  

Spiliadis is known for his use of simple ingredients and sustainably sourced and of the highest quality.

Spiliadis says, “As pioneers in our respective fields, I’m excited for this new partnership between VistaJet and Estiatorio Milos. It is our pleasure to introduce one of our most regarded dishes, the refreshingly light Milos Lobster Salad, to be exclusively available to VistaJet clients who recognize freshness and quality.”  

The new menu is available to VistaJet clients flying from Dubai, Athens, London, Las Vegas, New York, Miami, and Montreal.  

Food is prepared and served by a cabin hosted and trained by the British Butler Institute, MedAire, Norland College, and Wine & Spirit Education Trust.  

As part of its onboard library collection, VistaJet has now published The Little Book of Dining in the Sky, discovering the art and science behind dining at altitude with suggestions and expert advice.  

VistaJet offers two jet card products:  The Program begins at 50 hours per year and requires a three-year commitment, while VJ25 is for flyers who need 25-49 hours per year and also requires a three-year agreement.

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