The best — and best bet — airline meals
Meals and snacks seem to have gone the way of pillows, blankets and legroom on most airlines, but some carriers still serve complimentary meals in all cabins, and the concept of premium and organic buy-on-board meals is growing. We asked some travel experts to help us identify some of the best — and best bet — options for dining in the sky.
Text by Harriet Baskas
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While some of the offerings look good, this article really has little bearing in the life of most Americans.
I was looking forward to being surprised by the quality offered by domestic carriers on domestic flights. This article should have been called "The best - and best bet - airline meals on international flights."
So while it was not... here's my 10 cents. With it being such a hassle to get your own food and drink passed TSA, it is worth the ease of entry to just ante up for you pay-as-you-go food and drinks onboard your flight. Easy-peasy. I'll file this article under If Ever I Fly to Dubai.
I do not want open flames on my flights, as the Malaysia Air photo suggests.
There was very good meal on Turkish air we was amazed ,very good food and drink was the best service.
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