American Airlines lets premium passengers reserve a meal from 30 days before departure. I’m now within that window, so I have just been presented with my business class menu choices.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, when you usually fly long haul, you get a menu given to you at your seat and make your selection then. The risk is that your choice may have run out, something that has only happened to me once in recent memory.
American’s Business Class Menu Choices
Noodling around earlier today, I remembered it’s now close to flight time, so I had a look at the menu choices available. First up is a transatlantic flight to New York, with a morning departure.
Now everyone who regularly reads my scribbles knows I like all the food. Every single one of those choices is something I would like to eat, so I’m in a quandary over what to choose. Any recommendations?
The following morning I am flying at the crack of dawn and the choices will be easier. I will likely go with the traditional American breakfast, though the bagel is also calling to me. Whether it will make it into my top five airline breakfast meals remains to be seen.
It’s great to see American Airlines offering so many business class meal choices. I quite like the selection available and am also pretty happy with the pre-ordering before flight.
All I need to do now is make the right choice, so if you know any of these are particularly unmissable, please let me know. I’m leaning towards the steak on the transatlantic, by the way.
Do you like pre-ordering your meal before you fly or do you prefer getting the menu on the day? Thank you for reading and if you have any comments or questions, please leave them below.
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