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British Airways will charge customers for food on flights
Monday, 16 May 2016
British Airways is about to give up its policy of giving free meals to all of its passengers in an effort to compete with budget airline rivals. The chairman and CEO, Alex Cruz, says the carrier should start charging short-haul passengers for meals and snacks.

In the last few years the airline has struggled against easyJet, which has always charged its customers for drinks and food. Business for BA has been particularly tough at Gatwick, where easyJet now flies 42 percent of the airport’s passengers. The introduction of a new upmarket product range could offer British Airways a new revenue stream. Of course, customers on longer haul flights will still get a three-course meal.

This above article is a summary. Please see the source article at Google News.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 26 June 2016 )
 
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