dcajet wrote:Junglejames wrote:dcajet wrote:
Lufty is just adjusting its service bar to the low height set by BA last year. A cold vegetarian snack as a pre-landing meal is exactly what BA serves these days (usually a tiny vegetarian wrap with a microscopic Dairy Milk chocolate bar.)
Trans Atlantic, going by reports, seems to be a stupid little snack. But longer distance, BA offer a 2nd meal.
So ignoring narrow bodies, it was only really London to East Coast America which suffered. Certainly to Asia, I noticed no difference in service, and they offer more snacks than you can shake a hairy stick at.
Also, haven't I seen recently that BA are reversing the cuts?
By the sounds of this, Lufthansa is going to a dodgy little snack for all long haul flights. That is worse than BA.
On top of that, Premium Economy seems to be much worse.
Incorrect? Me, myself and I can tell you that it is correct. Again, on a 7+ hr BA LHR-DXB A350-1000 flight last month, the second service is as I described it. Of course, on 10+ hr flights, such as a LHR-EZE, the second service is as it used to be. But then so is on Lufty. Their second service on the FRA-EZE (13 hours) continues to be a hot breakfast.
The article states that all Lufthansa long haul will switch to a cold vegetarian snack for 2nd service. It says that *currently*
on longhaul flights above 10 hours its a hot tray with two choices, and under 10 hours its a snack box with hot element.