|Quoting TranStar (Thread starter):|
Also, I assume it is a non-Continental Micronesia version, with the larger Business First Section. Am I correct?
|Quoting EWRCabincrew (Reply 3):|
The service you get will be a meal (some call it a snack, some call it something to tie you over till you get to HNL, some call it inedible, some call it worse), half-way to HNL you get another full beverage service with a snack and just prior to landing anothber full beverage service and another snack.
|Quoting FoxBravo (Reply 4):|
How about in BusinessFirst? I assume there is a somewhat more extensive meal service, but is it just domestic first class food?
|Quoting Lemurs (Reply 6):|
It is an abreviated BusinessFirst service. So it is dramatically better than any domestic first meal service anywhere else in the US, but it is not 100% like a BF meal to Int'l destinations. Still, they have a menu just like a regular BF flight, etc. It's head and shoulders above anyone else who operates Mainland-HNL.
|Quoting AA61Hvy (Reply 9):|
Technically it was in Howard Beach/Jamaica/Queens but I'm not one to split hairs
|Quoting UN_B732 (Reply 11):|
Can the 764 do this route without restrictions? Seems like it'd be able to do longer trans-atlantic routes also, unless winds are less heavy to/from HNL.