United still serves meals to all classes of passengers on flights over five hours. On semi-long flights (3-5 hours), a snack box is served, of which my last one consisted of a turkey sandwich (it was okay, nothing extraordinary, but good), a bag of "sun chips", and a bag of M & M's.
I have only flown CO
once, but the service was quite good. Even on an overnight flight (SAN
), we were still served a sandwich and chips. The morning connecting flight (EWR
) had a large muffin and a yoplait.
Having said all that, United is my first choice, and Continental is a close second. It all depends on if I can get on a wide-body for a connecting flight.
Here would be my choices:
2) Tie - Continental and America West (HP is great for us here in the west!!)
Then everybody else. No bad experiences on other airlines, just nothing to separate them from other airlines.
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