Whether you want to take snacks on your flight or bring home edible souvenirs, knowing these TSA food rules will help you breeze through security.
People have a right to expect a decent meal if airlines sell it to them as part of a ticket. But that’s complicated right now. During the pandemic, pretty much every airline cut back on inflight food, and certainly on inflight service.
The golden age of air travel, when the onboard meal was something to happily anticipate, is so far behind us it seems almost fictional. Follow this advice, and you’ll never be hangry at 35,000 feet again.
Air Transat has announced changes to its in-flight services, beginning immediately. The biggest change is that the meal offering has been enhanced in both Club and Economy Class on certain flight segments.
Vancouver's "ghost kitchens" in hot demand with the rise of delivery apps
Airlines are in many ways showing willingness to engage with the sustainability agenda, and onboard dining can be a part of that. Reducing the amount of plastic is one element, but so is reducing the emissions impact of what is cooked and served on board.
Self-confessed aviation geek Nik Sennhauser misses air travel so much that he is recreating the inflight meals he once enjoyed to remind him of good times before the pandemic.