|Quoting WAC (Reply 2):|
AF does for economy on flight over 12 hours usually drinks and some sandwiches noodles and ice cream but they tend to go quick and it not really much of anything...
|Quoting FlySSC (Reply 3):|
"Drink Stations" are available in Y on every long haul flights but only with soft drinks / juices / sodas. For alcoholic drinks, you must to the Cabin Brew.
|Quoting Soxfan (Reply 7):|
What is CO's service like on ultra long-haul (i.e. EWR-NRT and HKG, or IAH-NRT)? Their website says business first gets a main meal, a mid-flight refreshment, and a meal before landing. Are there "snack stations" for Y as well?
|Quoting Stretch 8 (Thread starter):|
Last year, on flights from the UK to South Africa on SAA, there was a dinner and breakfast meals service, plus water/juice during the night. Other than that, the cabin crew did not appear to want to be bothered by the passengers.
|Quoting Futureflight (Reply 12):|
On my last longhaul flight with SQ in Y, along with the two meals and numerous water/juice rounds there would also be a selection of snacks offered to pax such as fruit, bags of chips and chocolate bars at various stages. However it was no problem at all for the crew for a passenger to request a drink or a snack at any other time during the flight
|Quoting Andz (Reply 10):|
I plan to travel again to SA, and I am thinking of taking the ultra-long IAD-JNB flight down and back.
|Quoting B747forever (Reply 1):|
Quoting Stretch 8 (Thread starter):
I know BA has smoething like this in their CW class.
But they dont have anything like that in Y class.