British Airways has recently eliminated free meals as a result’s Euro Traveller offering which will be its economy offering within Europe while having replaced it having an Marks & Spencer paid sandwich service.
Now they’re considering removing free meals in economy on long haul flights, too.
Whenever CEO Alex Crus was expected whether paid meals “could be extended to economy seats on long-haul routes” he said: “We might do it”.
British Airways claims to be a premium flight and has invested a long time building a trusted and valuable brand name. In the last few years the administration team seems to place no value on their premium brand and appears intent on rushing to the bottom, attempting to place it self with value air companies particularly Norwegian.
Will British Airways remove free meals on transatlantic flights and global long-haul routes? I would really like to consider no, but it seems under the present administration that anything can be done.
British Airways features within my top Business Class Airlines and I also compare British Airways Club World Vs Virgin Atlantic Upper Class including the Galleries Lounges Vs Virgin’s Clubhouses. If you enjoyed this review you may well be interested in my other airline reviews and airport lounge reviews.