No free meals for British Airways economy class
If you're looking forward to a complimentary meal on a short haul economy British Airways flight... firstly, that's very specific, and secondly, you can't have one.
BA's economy passengers on short-haul journeys are going to have to pay for their meals, which are sandwiches supplied by Marks & Spencer.
Any flight less than 5 hours will now only offer M&S butties, which you'll have to pay for, unless you're in business class. They get fed for free.
Before, you got something like a complimentary bacon sarnie and a drink in BA's economy class, but not any longer. You might as well fly with Ryanair, eh?
In Club Europe – their short-haul business class service – not only will you continue to get a complimentary meal, but the whole service is being revamped.
Sod cattle class.
And get this - if you're happy to pay for an M&S sandwich on the flight, you'll be - for example - buying an Aberdeen Angus beef bloomer, which with the water and crisps, will cost you £7.55.
This will kick off from 11th January 2017.