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Old Oct 2, 18, 6:14 am
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Originally Posted by acysb87 View Post
On a 35 minute (air time) flight between YOW and YYZ , we were served a cold fruit plate. A full J cabin served by one FA that also provided hot towel service,
warm bread, and coffee, tea….
Regardless of what is served, I find that remarkable for a breakfast meal service on such a short flight segment.
While it's uncommon in North America, it doesn't seem uncommon anywhere else I've flown.
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Old Oct 2, 18, 11:41 am
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Originally Posted by acysb87 View Post
On a 35 minute (air time) flight between YOW and YYZ , we were served a cold fruit plate. A full J cabin served by one FA that also provided hot towel service,
warm bread, and coffee, tea….
Regardless of what is served, I find that remarkable for a breakfast meal service on such a short flight segment.
Well, you would've been even more wowed when they were serving full hot omelette breakfast on this route! That was impressive. And although disappointing, wasn't a total shocker they changed it to cold breakfast.
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Old Oct 2, 18, 5:05 pm
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Here's another vote of support for the omelette. What can I say, I like it.
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Old Oct 2, 18, 5:07 pm
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Originally Posted by yyznomad View Post


Well, you would've been even more wowed when they were serving full hot omelette breakfast on this route! That was impressive. And although disappointing, wasn't a total shocker they changed it to cold breakfast.

Agree and it was more edible back then.
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Old Oct 2, 18, 5:11 pm
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Agree and it was more edible back then.
Even on the current YYZ-YUL route morning Rapidairs (especially the eastbound)... I sometimes wonder as I'm sitting in a full J cabin how the SD is going to pull this off in time, and it always gets done.
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Originally Posted by yyznomad View Post
Even on the current YYZ-YUL route morning Rapidairs (especially the eastbound)... I sometimes wonder as I'm sitting in a full J cabin how the SD is going to pull this off in time, and it always gets done.
Tha’s why they are the SD. 😊
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Ugh I agree, I freaking hate that Omelette,

I actually don't even eat the breakfast on most of my J class trips in NA. The fruit thing is okay, but why can't they just do bacon and eggs, or pancakes, or breakfast sandwich, anything!!!

I always just grab something at the arrival airport depending on my schedule. If I have to, I'll get the healthy breakfast option, but even that is getting quite tired after 30-40 J red-eyes I take a year
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