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Monday, 16 May 2016

British Airways will start charging for food from Waitrose sold on short haul flights

Report came today that British Airways will start charging for food from waitrose sold on short haul flight, we got this report from mirror reporting how this will be done, check full report below.



British Airways is set to abandon its policy of free meals and starting charging customers, in a bid to keep up with low cost airlines.
The airline carrier will start selling food from Waitrose to keep its revenues up.
It will only apply to economy customers, according to a report by the Independent.
This new move will come as the company faces fierce competition from budget airlines EasyJet, Ryanair and others.
The airline previously promised a free snack or meal and drinks from the bar on every flight.
PAWaitrose shop front
The airline will sell food from Waitrose on board
But the charges are expected to come into force soon as low-cost airlines continue to rake in popularity.
Flights to further destinations such as the UK to Greece of Turkey will still see passengers treated to a three-course meal.
A spokesman for BA said: "We are constantly reviewing every element of the experience our customers receive, including the in-flight catering, to ensure we’re delivering what they want.
Steve Parsons/PA
A British Airways Airbus A380
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"We are always innovating, for example, our new pre-paid meal option for customers travelling on our long-haul economy flights is proving enormously popular.
"The meals are an alternative to the normal complimentary menu, which remains on-board.
"Customers can instead choose to pre-order and pre-pay via ba.com for one of six enhanced meals, including gourmet dining, great British breakfast and taste of the 

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous04:39

    i think it is necessary to adopt that Tracy.

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