Angus Cheeseburger - What flights?

Old Nov 27, 07, 12:50 am
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Angus Cheeseburger - What flights?

The Angus Cheeseburger is my favorite to buy option of any airline food. I was rather upset when they took out the dijonaise (probably to appease the meat and potato types), but it's still a great meal. Does anyone know how to tell if your flight will have this option? I will buy food on board if they have this. Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old Nov 27, 07, 2:54 am
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If your flight shows a meal available for purchase, I think the cheeseburger option is there if it is an afternoon or evening flight which is longer then about 3 hours. I honestly don't know if that website considers the picnic packs as a meal "available for purchase," so that may be something to check. Maybe one of our knowledgeable AS flyers can confirm that.

I haven't had one of these burgers, but certainly everyone that has is very complimentary. It's good to hear that there is a tasty option on these flights.
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Old Nov 27, 07, 3:52 am
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On AS22 SEA-ORD departing at 12:30 PM they offered the "sandwich", and the return AS23 departing 3:25 PM they offered the "burger". I supplemented my "F" meal on the return with the burger, and I enjoyed it as always.
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Old Nov 27, 07, 12:11 pm
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AS 131, non-stop ORD-ANC. Cheeseburger available on this flight everytime I've flown. Used to be a free hot sandwich that was darn tasty, but alas those golden days are over. Burger is not too shabby. Better than most options near the AS gate at ORD.
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Old Nov 27, 07, 1:24 pm
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Just had the burger on 801 from Boston to Portland.
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Old Nov 27, 07, 6:25 pm
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AS 6 LAX-DCA had the turkey sandwich with carrot sticks.
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Old Nov 28, 07, 4:36 am
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Have had it on every flight that originates in Mexico.
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Old Nov 28, 07, 9:00 am
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Originally Posted by North.by.Northwest View Post
Have had it on every flight that originates in Mexico.
Those are the smartest flights to have them on. After a week in Mexico a good ole American hamburger sounds AWESOME! First time I tried a burger at the airport in PV prior to leaving, what a disappointment!
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