|Quoting Boston92 (Thread starter):|
Could they actually be reusing cups?
|Quoting Sunking737 (Reply 4):|
After 4 years in airline catering, They do not reuse the cups!!!!
|Quoting JHSfan (Reply 11):|
|Quoting Gman3 (Reply 6):|
LOL..the real answer is that we stack them altogether and then we throw them out. It saves room in the trash cart, wheas if we just tossed everyone seperately they would bulk up in there!
|Quoting IAirAllie (Reply 10):|
FAs stack plastic cups to conserve trash space. She probably tossed the cracked cup because it would not stack well.
|Quoting EWRCabincrew (Reply 14):|
We have "x" amount of space onboard for trash and the more we "manage" the trash, the better.
|Quoting FlyingColours (Reply 12):|
We do see a lot of cups which are already cracked, or are very dirty still but they will always slip through the net.
|Quoting Sunking737 (Reply 13):|
Most US airlines make extensive use of disposable cups. Mostly not a cost issue but a weight issue. Many airlines had to go back and re-weigh everything they put onboard due to new FAA standards.
|Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 16):|
As long as Hygenic means for Reusing is available.
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