United to Improve Coach Meals on International Flights

By Paul Riegler on 23 May 2016
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DSC_0113United Airlines announced several improvements to the meals it offers coach passengers on international flights.

Starting June 1, the Chicago-based airline will resume offering a complimentary mid-flight snack to coach passengers on all international flights. United had discontinued the snack after it began offering what it termed a “more robust” three-course meal during the flight.

The snack will include a small sandwich and candy on flights 12 overs or more in duration as well as on all flights to and from Europe from the West Coast.

The airline is also going to improve the breakfast it serves coach passengers on flights from the United States to Europe prior to landing. The new breakfast will be served starting June 1 and will include a warmed croissant with jam and yoghurt in place of a pre-packaged croissant.

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