Old Jun 23, 13, 5:44 pm
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MollyNYC
 
Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: New York City
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Originally Posted by FWAAA View Post
Just because 10:25 am is well past breakfast doesn't mean that I think that it's lunchtime.

Unfortunately, your short flight begins long after breakfast is over and ends not long after lunchtime begins, and sadly, will feature no breakfast or lunch for F passengers. Just refreshments, which aa.com describes as beverages and a bag o' snack mix.

http://www.aa.com/i18n/urls/AE_first-class.jsp

In a perfect world (if I were in charge), every flight blocked for 2 hours or more would feature a hot meal in premium cabins. The CR7s and the upcoming E175s would have ovens in F for hot meals.

But it ain't a perfect world, and I'm not in charge. This thread is about the here and now, and you won't get any meal. No fruit, no yogurt and no bowl of cereal.

For me, breakfast occurs when I get up, which is typically 5:00 am or so. Dinner/Supper is typically between 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm and lunch is sometime in the middle between those two meals.

By time I get to an airport for a 10:25 am departure, it's been several hours since I had breakfast. And if lunch has to wait until 2:00 pm or later, a quick snack packed earlier or picked up at the airport is just the ticket.
Yes, in a perfect world a nice meal would be served.

But even in a less than perfect world, the info should be easily available on their website, as well as accessible to their own employees.
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