Dinner food in F PBI-LGA?

 
Old Nov 17, 08, 6:51 pm
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Dinner food in F PBI-LGA?

I will be taking this flight next week in F. What should I expect for food choices. AA.COM says it's dinner flight. Thank you for your help.
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Old Nov 17, 08, 9:26 pm
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Originally Posted by flyer121 View Post
I will be taking this flight next week in F. What should I expect for food choices. AA.COM says it's dinner flight. Thank you for your help.

It's short-haul domestic, so don't expect much. It will be a Basic dinner service, meaning warm nuts with drinks, a couple of entree choices (one meat, one pasta), a small salad, a small piece of bread, and a baked-on-board cookie (or packaged cookies, depending on local catering ex-PBI).

Definitely no sundaes.
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Old Nov 17, 08, 10:23 pm
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Originally Posted by ESpen36 View Post
It's short-haul domestic, so don't expect much. It will be a Basic dinner service, meaning warm nuts with drinks, a couple of entree choices (one meat, one pasta), a small salad, a small piece of bread, and a baked-on-board cookie (or packaged cookies, depending on local catering ex-PBI).

Definitely no sundaes.
It's a dinner flight. No baked-on-board cookies on domestic dinner flights. It should be some sort of cake-like-substance.
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Old Nov 18, 08, 1:29 am
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Whoa -- when did this flight get added back into the schedule???

A few years ago AA flew from LGA to both PBI and FLL. I think PBI might have been seasonal but FLL was year-round, with more flights in the winter.

Then they dropped PBI. And then they dropped FLL altogether. I know, because I emailed a complaint at the time.

Now PBI is back, but FLL isn't?
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Old Nov 18, 08, 9:11 am
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UA completely dropping out of PBI might have had something to do with it.
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