A MAN who has travelled the world has revealed the airlines with the best food.

James Asquith has been travelling for 15 years, and has racked up millions of miles in the air.

Having been on 2,000 flights, he often reviews the plane food on each airline.

And two airlines come out on top when it came to their meal service.

He said: "I love airplane food, and by almost living on planes you get used to it.

“I have to say the Japanese meals and wagyu steaks on the Japanese airlines of ANA and Japan Airlines have been the best."

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Plane food can often tastes bad on flights, and it isn't due to the chef.

The air on planes is extremely dry, which can dry out your nasal passages and make your taste buds less perceptive.

On top of that, the low cabin pressure decreases the levels of oxygen in your blood.

That means the part of your nervous system that responds to smells becomes less sensitive, making your sense of smell even worse.

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Or one passenger Seema Pankhania took things a step further by bringing a tub of instant noodles with her on her flight.

One food to avoid? The bread rolls, according to experts.

Some people aren't so lucky when they order a meal on a flight.

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A Jet2 passenger was left stunned after they ordered a meal during the flight and received something that looked nothing like the picture.

And an easyJet passenger was also left shocked after paying £5 for the "worst airline food ever".

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