United Food Service Changes, Part II
I blogged a few days ago about United's decision to stop serving free food on flights from Dulles to Europe -- here's a link -- but we didn't know then why Washington Dulles was chosen, and whether the decision was permanent.
An update: United spokeswoman Robin Urbanski said in an e-mail that as of now, it's only a test that will run until the end of the year. And Dulles was singled out, she said, because it offers some of the shortest flights between the United States and Europe.
I figure the airline will be monitoring passenger reaction, and whether the lack of free food results in fewer tickets sold. And if your blog comments are an indication, free hot meals may make a comeback.
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