Very few airlines serve free food on-board anymore. This means that if you want to avoid the overpriced (and largely unhealthy) snack boxes and sandwiches they may have, you need to pack your own meals and snacks when traveling with kids. After hundreds of in-flight hours with my kids at various ages and stages, I’ve … … Continue reading →
Had a meal like this on United Business Class flight to Narita. The one portion of Kappa-maki was still frozen, and could have been used as a bullet to bore holes in the cabin. United has *TERRIBLE* service in their upper classes.
Singapore Airlines: Winner of two coveted awards: the Saveur Good Taste Awards 2015: First-Class Airborne Eats, and Travel + Leisure's Best International Airlines for Food 2015, as well as finishing runner-up in World's Best First Class Onboard Catering at the Skytrax World Airline Awards 2015, Singapore Airlines' cuisine remains top of the class. - The world's best airline meals
Southwest Airlines air hostess, 1968 - Air stewardesses used to have very strict weight, height restrictions and they had to be pretty and single. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images