Thursday 29 September 2022 11:41 AM Jet-setter, 33, showcases 15 years of first class meals while globe-trotting ... trends now

Thursday 29 September 2022 11:41 AM Jet-setter, 33, showcases 15 years of first class meals while globe-trotting ... trends now
Thursday 29 September 2022 11:41 AM Jet-setter, 33, showcases 15 years of first class meals while globe-trotting ... trends now

Thursday 29 September 2022 11:41 AM Jet-setter, 33, showcases 15 years of first class meals while globe-trotting ... trends now

A jet-setter who 'loves airplane food' has showcased 15 years of first class meals while globe-trotting over four million miles on 2000 flights.

James Asquith, 33, from London, has taken to social media to review and document his different in-flight feasts.

Mr Asquith has been able to put his passion into his work, launching his own travel business Holiday Swap, where you can rent out your house or exchange the property for a period, saving him thousands on accommodation costs.

He regularly posts pictures of his lavish lifestyle on Instagram alongside his Scottish partner, former Emirates flight attendant Robyn Ferguson.

Mr Asquith explained: 'I love airplane food, and by almost living on planes you get used to it.

James Asquith has travelled four million miles around the globe on 2000 flights, visiting every country in the world, and documenting his plane food meals as he goes (pictured: Mr Asquith flying first-class to Japan with Japan Airlines)

James Asquith has travelled four million miles around the globe on 2000 flights, visiting every country in the world, and documenting his plane food meals as he goes (pictured: Mr Asquith flying first-class to Japan with Japan Airlines)

Mr Asquith, 33, from London, has been travelling for 15 years and takes to social media to review his different in-flight feasts (Pictured: Food served to Mr Asquith in Emirates Airlines first class)

Mr Asquith, 33, from London, has been travelling for 15 years and takes to social media to review his different in-flight feasts (Pictured: Food served to Mr Asquith in Emirates Airlines first class)

Mr Asquith explained: 'I love airplane food, and by almost living on planes you get used to it' (Pictured: Mr Asquith's steak dinner in first class)

Mr Asquith explained: 'I love airplane food, and by almost living on planes you get used to it' (Pictured: Mr Asquith's steak dinner in first class)

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

'The strangest meal I have had was a leaf with some sauce on. It was rather plain - I think that was on Sudan Airways.

'I won't fly private because I don't find it responsible, I actually prefer commercial - it reminds me of where I came from, and I simply love the buzz of people around me. I'm really serious about offsetting the carbon with this as well.'

Mr Asquith's travelling has changed from his younger years and he said he is extremely proud of the fact he hasn't had the trip paid for by sponsors via Instagram.

He is often pictured with a stuff toy monkey who is lucky enough to join him on his luxury journeys and has been able to bring his parents along for a first class Emirates flight.

He continued: 'When I first travelled when I was 18-24 years old, I was largely backpacking and living on a shoestring. Now, after working for quite a few years, things have changed for me in a really good way but Holiday Swap is what was missing for me when I travelled.

Mr Asquith said: 'I won't fly private because I don't find it responsible, I actually prefer commercial - it reminds me of where I came from' (Pictured: Mr Asquith enjoying caviar in Emirates Airlines first class with his toy monkey)

Mr Asquith said: 'I won't fly private because I don't find it responsible, I actually prefer commercial - it reminds me of where I came from' (Pictured: Mr Asquith enjoying caviar in Emirates Airlines first class with his toy monkey)

Mr Asquith said: 'I have to say the Japanese meals and wagyu steaks on the Japanese airlines of ANA and Japan Airlines have been the best' (Pictured: Mr Asquith on Japan Airlines)

Mr Asquith said: 'I have to say the Japanese meals and wagyu steaks on the Japanese airlines of ANA and Japan Airlines have been the best' (Pictured: Mr Asquith on Japan Airlines)

Mr Asquith's travelling has changed from his younger years and he said he is extremely proud of the fact he hasn't had the trip paid for by sponsors via Instagram (Pictured: Mr Asquith in a first-class suite on a Singapore airline as the toy monkey relaxes in bed)

Mr Asquith's travelling has changed from his younger years and he said he is extremely proud of the fact he hasn't had the trip paid for by sponsors via Instagram (Pictured: Mr Asquith in a first-class suite on a Singapore airline as the toy monkey relaxes in bed)

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