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Sun Mar 25, 2001 2:17 pm

This may seem wierd, but one of my good friends is travelling to London via American Airlines and is wondering if they serve decaf on the flight. He must know before he gets airborne.

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RE: Coffee

Sun Mar 25, 2001 2:32 pm

I am almost positive I had decaf on American before. It was domestic, but they should have it on his flight too.  Smile/happy/getting dizzy
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RE: Coffee

Sun Mar 25, 2001 2:48 pm

of coarse they do.

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RE: Coffee

Sun Mar 25, 2001 3:10 pm

Actually, AA's Miami flights have had umm.. *additional varieties* of coffee available in the past  Smile
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RE: Coffee

Sun Mar 25, 2001 3:20 pm

Now, now, let's be nice  Big grin

To answer your question, I think the chances of AA NOT having Decaf are very slim, especially on a trans-atlantic flight.
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RE: Coffee

Sun Mar 25, 2001 3:29 pm

Most airlines' decaf is a generic form of Sanka. Now the best coffee I've ever had on a flight is on Delta. Of course it did have Bailey's in it so of course it was good. My main complain with coffee on flights is that is too watered down. The best unadulterated coffee I had was on AirTran and on ASA. They use the same brand of coffee (Royal Coffee) and it's quite good. Delta uses Caribou Coffee, and it's pretty good if the FA's don't water it down.

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