Thursday, March 18, 2010

No More Free Meals on Continental

Continental Airlines, the last US carrier to offer meals for free on its flights of over three hours, announced recently that it will discontinue free meal service for coach passengers on most domestic flights soon.

Starting this fall the airline will begin charging for food. The airline said it would offer a variety of high quality, healthy food choices for purchase in economy class on many of its US, Canada and certain Latin American routes. The airline will continue to offer complimentary food in the economy cabin on all intercontinental and certain other international routes and on long-haul domestic routes over six hours.
They will continue to offer complimentary food in First Class and Business First on worldwide routes, and complimentary pretzels and non-alcoholic drinks in coach.

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