Old May 11, 19, 8:23 am
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MegatopLover
 
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: ATL
Programs: DL SkyMiles DM/2MM, AA EXP, IC RA, Peninsula regular, amanjunkie
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My experience differs a bit, in Prestige anyway. Full meal (a heavy lunch) starting about 1 hour after takeoff while crossing over Japan, second meal about 8 hours into the flight while over British Columbia, which is a good 4-5 hours before landing. The timing of the second meal is quite annoying actually because they wake everyone up and turn on the lights to serve it, while I’d rather be sleeping straight through and have a breakfast around 90 minutes before landing. YMMV.

In Prestige, I ask the crew to let me sleep through and order a lot of coffee and maybe something light when I wake up over Iowa. First is surely more flexible in response to passenger requests.
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