Customers of British Airways on their long haul flights may one day have to buy their own food and drink, Alex Cruz the airline’s chairman has disclosed.
BA may widen out its short flight policy of scrapping free food and instead offering passengers the option to buy Marks & Spencer sandwiches.
Alex Cruz is gung-ho about it, seemingly passengers welcome the opportunity to pay for M&S snacks on European short haul flights.
He told the Sunday Times:
“It's going great. Customers say to us: 'Finally, I have good choices. No more chicken or beef'."Asked if the service could be extended to long-haul economy, he said: "We might do it".
What a load of bollocks, of course people don't want to pay more for their flights.
The answer is simple, don't fly BA!
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