Blog: Back to airborne basics

Catherine Sleep | 6 October 2003

Don’t you just hate all those little tinfoil dishes full of warmed-up gunge or limp salads that airlines feel obliged to serve up even on short flights? I was heartened on a European BA flight this weekend to receive instead a nicely packaged “deli bag” containing a simple yet tasty and filling sandwich and a chocolate biscuit. This was far more comforting and convenient that the usual tray full of little odds and sods that don’t seem to belong together and have usually lost their flavour and texture along the way. Had the bag also contained an apple my cup would truly have run over.

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