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United is bringing back inflight food and beverage sales — with a twist

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Early in the pandemic, airlines quickly suspended most inflight service offerings. On some of the shortest flights, you wouldn’t receive anything — not even water. With the holidays approaching and more people taking to the skies, carriers are slowly resuming pre-pandemic service, with an increased focus on crew and passenger safety. On Oct. 1, United boosted its complimentary offerings. (thepointsguy.com) More...

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a1brainiac
a1brainiac 5
They call that food ?
sparkie624
sparkie624 0
They do by the Strictest of Liberal Definition being stretched to the extreme!
kevinkeswick
Kevin Keswick 3
"When the flight attendant passes by your row, you’ll be asked if you want to purchase a snack or drink. If you do, the crew will pull up your profile on a mobile tablet and charge your stored payment method. Receipts will be emailed, keeping the purchase process completely touchless"

This seems like a very smart process that should have been implemented even before the pandemic. More convenient for the passengers and more likely to generate more online sales.
tjd1969
Tim Duggan 2
I am a retired pilot. When (IF) and when I fly next? I will pay full-fare for First Class/Business. Period.
alsise2
Donald Parsons 0
boy, will environmentalists be shocked - look at all the plastic in the photo. before COVID it was all about eliminating plastic straws, plastic bags, wrappers, etc. What happened!? What a hoot.

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