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United’s Free Sandwiches and What Could Come of Them

Last week, a user on Twitter who was flying from Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport to Honolulu's Daniel K. Inouye International Airport aboard United Airlines posted a picture of a sandwich given to him on his flight. The picture didn't get much attention, save for that of a few who happened to notice one key detail: the sandwich was free. https://twitter.com/shipwre66723600/status/1117886023172681728?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1117886023172681728&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fthepointsguy.com%2Fnews%2Funited-sandwich-iah-hnl%2F Over the course of recent years and decades, one trend has been constant across airlines from all over the…

Singapore Airlines Further Invests in Catering for World’s Longest Flight

Furthering its reputation as a passenger-oriented airline, Singapore Airlines has upgraded its food and beverage experiences to entice the passengers. The airline has developed a new scheme called “From Food to Plane” in partnership with AeroFrams, the world’s largest vertical farm, to source better and fresher food for its flights.…

United Opens Long-Awaited Polaris Lounge at LAX

After much anticipation and waiting, the missing piece to the United Polaris experience at LAX has finally arrived. United opened its fifth Polaris lounge at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to flyers Saturday. The lounge’s opening not only marks another milestone for Polaris but also it caps off the airline’s…

OTG is Giving Passengers a Spicy Gift at Toronto-Pearson This…

On Monday, airport restaurateur and hospitality company OTG will be launching a unique holiday promotion at one of its restaurants at Toronto Pearson International Airport. The well-established Indian restaurant Marathi, located in Pearson's Terminal 1, will be giving away spice kits to diners so they can recreate a special chicken…

SAS Introduces New Vegan Menu

Airlines are often criticized for overall food quality and services. Last month, a vegan passenger took a Thomas Cook flight from Manchester, United Kingdom to New York in which she paid for a vegetarian meal for herself, but the airline messed it up and had to serve her crisps and nuts…

Photos: The Emirates Lounge Returns to JFK Airport

After a year of renovations, Emirates Airline reopened its first and business class lounge at New York’s JFK Airport last month. The lounge, which caters to the airline’s most premium passengers, is one out of 23 Emirates lounges worldwide and is one of the largest outside of the airline’s hub…

Emirates Partners with American Agricultural Firm to Meet Catering Needs

As any novice or experienced traveler can tell you, one of the most important aspects of a long-haul flight is the food. Emirates Airline, one of the world’s leading long-haul airlines known for its extravagant service onboard its flights, knows this too and has partnered with American agricultural firm Crop…

Hawaiian Serves the Unhealthiest Food of Any U.S. Airline

The days of complimentary food and drinks on U.S. domestic flights has been long gone for economy class customers. If you get a bag of Biscoff crackers or pretzels (or maybe some Terra Blue chips if you’re flying JetBlue), consider yourself lucky. If you’re flying to Hawaii on Hawaiian Airlines,…

What Does the Future Look Like for Inflight Dining on…

The time American Airlines saved $40,000 by cutting one olive from each first class salad has become a true legend of the U.S. airline industry. Northwest Airlines also saved $500,000 by cutting each lime into 16 pieces instead of ten. The majority of passengers would not notice these changes, so they seem…