American Airlines (AA) has announced that is to introduce inflight menus with a "distinct island flair" for its passengers travelling to Hawaii.

First class passengers on flights to and from the island group will be able to choose from a menu created by Sam Choy, who is reportedly a "renowned" chef, restaurateur and author.

Food choices will rotate monthly and, according to AA, will incorporate the many flavours of Hawaiian food.

Lauri Curtis, vice-president of onboard service for the airline, said: "Through the expertise of chef Sam Choy, American is providing a pleasant mix of authentic Hawaiian tastes to our passengers flying to and from the islands.

"We believe they are in for a real treat with our new menu offerings."

Among the new options that will be available to American Airlines flyers are macadamia nut pancakes, wasabi salmon and braised short ribs.

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