Well, I am surprised by this news. Does it mean that hot meals served in AA
transcontinental flights, such as JFK
, will come to an end soon? I can't imagine F and Y sharing ovens in first class. It will be an inconvenience.
I am sure Boeing 737s are also in charge of some transcon routes as well. That will be bad news.
F class oven will be intact... I don't think AA
can get away with not serving food in F. I think cutting back food really does not help the airlines in any major ways. It sure has some short term helps, but long term wise... the effect of cutting meals is doubtful. Sometimes I wonder without food and LRTC on 757s and AB6s, why will people choose to fly AA
's coach? Is AAdvantage enough to retain leisure passengers?
Well, thanks for the news!