With a few taps on your seat-side remote or TV screen, you can now order meals, drinks and duty free items when flying in business class on some Japan Airlines flights.
Japan Airlines on Monday rolled out its new Anytime You Wish service on its fleet of Boeing 777-300ER Sky Suite aircraft. Flight attendants still distribute menus and take orders for the first meal on long-haul international flights. But the new on-demand feature allows hungry fliers to order additional items later in the flight directly from their seat. (Read more: No Sushi for You: Japan Airlines to Serve KFC Meals)
The service debuted on the Tokyo to London route, with the airline planning to expand to U.S. and other European routes in the future.