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Article from BTNews 27 APRIL 2015

Free beers on United

United Airlines this spring will give United Economy customers on long haul international flights an all-new, high-quality in-flight dining experience, designed to offer travellers upgraded food plus complimentary beer and wine and a new option to purchase premium snacks.

The airline will introduce this significantly improved food and beverage experience from 1 June on trans-Atlantic flights; for services between the United States and Argentina, Brazil and Chile; and most trans-Pacific flights.

United says it will expand the primary complimentary Economy meal to a hearty three-course service, beginning with a beverage and snack of cheese and crackers, baked whole-grain bruschetta chips or Kiri cheese spread and crackers, followed by a generous main course served with refreshed salads and artisan bread. 

Along with enjoying complimentary meals, customers will be able to purchase packaged snacks and snack boxes throughout their flights through the airline’s Choice Menu Snack Shop – currently available in United Economy on most North and Central America flights scheduled for more than two hours, flights to and from northern South America and service between Honolulu and Guam.  www.united.com

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