World's Largest Plane Serves Menus From The Langham, London

It's hard to squeeze a free bag of peanuts out of a flight attendant these days, let alone be served a gourmet meal. But on British Airways' new twin-deck A380 aircraft — currently the largest airplane in the world — passengers will be lavished with world-class menus designed by one of London's most iconic hotels, The Langham.

To celebrate the A380's route to Los Angeles, those sitting pretty in First will have the option of a five-course tasting menu or afternoon tea menu, and in Club World seats, a three-course menu sourced from the freshest local ingredients. And in true aristocratic style, Champagne will be available to wash it all down.