Here’s How To Get A Fresh Cake Delivered Right To Your Airplane Seat

How does freshly-baked cake delivered right to your airplane seat sound? And no, we’re not talking about a single slice. A surprisingly number of airlines will actually let you order an entire cake to be served midair, regardless of what class you’re sitting in.

Though it sounds like something that would only be available in business or first class, quite a few airlines allow passengers to pre-order an entire cake before their flight and have it served in the sky.

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Korean Air, Turkish Airlines, SpiceJet, Swiss, Quatar Airways, Delta Airlines, KLM, Hong Kong Airlines, and Cathay Pacific are just a handful of domestic and international carriers that offer this service. Normally, the passenger (or anyone with their booking number) needs to pre-order the cake 48 hours before departure.

Maybe you’re celebrating a birthday or other special occasion. Maybe you just want to make traveling in that cramped economy class seat a little more fun. Regardless of your reason, we can’t think of a better way to pass a few hours in the sky than face-deep in a chocolate cake.