American Ends Meals in First Class on Shorter FlightsBy
To make travel more consistent between US Airways and American Airlines, the combined airline is ditching meals in first class on flights under three hours. For the airlines, “consistency” is a nice way of saying that this change should save the world’s largest airline some money. For first-class passengers, it means snacks.
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