“Flying” Cutlery On Air France


Air France reached out to designer Eugeni Quitllet to spruce up their in-flight cutlery and tableware, and I have to say, Quitllet totally knocked it out of the park: he made “flying” cutlery for children.

Ok, the knives and forks don’t actually fly (because, yeah, that’s an Eli Roth kind of popped eyeball just waiting to happen), but they come in a ready-to-be-assembled model kit that fits together without glue, hobby knives or anything else that airlines won’t let you bring on board. The set also uses about 30 percent less plastic than the previous cutlery set. Now, if they could just figure out a way to serve decent food on an airplane, everything would be perfect.

(via Gizmodo)


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