Wednesday, July 29, 2009

No more meals on Short-Haul Flights

In an effort to raise £22m in a year, British Airways is removing its in-flight meals, except breakfast, for short-haul flights.

BA flights that depart after 10am and last less than two-and-half hours will only be served drinks and snacks. Examples of these flights including London flights to Paris, flights to Amsterdam and flights to Rome. In addition, passengers are these British Airways flights will not have the option to buy food, according to the BBC.

Currently passengers on short-haul British Airways flights typically get a sandwich. This will be replaced by a bag of nuts or other snack.