If you thought Kulula couldn’t get any Kooler – you were wrong.

Today they announced another world-first service in air travel. Celebrating our very roots, kulula.com will now braai in the sky.

A pilot study braai-flight will be conducted in the skies to determine the possibility of offering customers a braai catering option on board. If successful, going forward customers travelling on kulula.com will be able to select their favourite piece of braai meat or vegetable skewer from the cabin crew and have it braaied in mid-air.  

Shaun Pozyn, Marketing Manager of kulula.com says, “In a recent customer satisfaction survey, when customers were asked what they would rather be doing instead of flying, braaing came out as one of the top choices. This result did not surprise us since braaing in South Africa is a past time that transcends race, class, culture and age. It is a common ground that unites all South Africans. 

It’ll be a veggie skewer for me and I look forward to the option. Pretty much what one comes to expect from an airline with a touch of South Africa green-tinged madness. Could you be any Kalula-Kooler?

For more information about kulula and their SkyBraai visit www.kulula.com 

OH! And perhaps, perhaps, this is an April Fool’s thing. That said, could we have pre-packed braai food please?!

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