CP Y class


Old Oct 18, 99, 3:11 pm
Original Poster
Join Date: Oct 1999
Location: New York
Posts: 6,398
CP Y class

I am new to the board... I have a quick question regarding Canadian's Y class food. I flew CP's C class between LAX and YVR once. I also flew CP between YVR and HKG a couple times.

I heard from other people that CP used real china on Y class. Is this true? Once, a Hong Kong magazine showed a presumbly Y class meal from Canadian with a dessert, a salad, an entree, and a roll... all in real china.

I may need to fly between DFW and YYZ, and between DFW and YVR soon in Y class. Any opinion on what type of Y class meal does CP serve. Will I see AA's "doggie bag" lunch or dinner or UA's "snackbox" on those so-called lunch or dinner flight?

I will appreciate if you can give me any information...
Carfield is offline  
Old Oct 18, 99, 4:04 pm
Join Date: Aug 1999
Location: Vancouver, BC, CANADA
Programs: AC SE, SPG P
Posts: 758
Welcome aboard.

The food on Canadian airlines is better than that on American, without a doubt, but the two standards are converging. IMHO, I think that even in Y class (economy), the food is as good as business class on American. Canadian does NOT use china in economy, only in business class.

Even the box lunches on Canadian are not bad, in general. In the recent past, we used to get a cooked lunch, but since American bought into the airline, the standards have been dropping. Fortunately, we still get a cooked breakfast, not much variety, but it is hot and tasty.

By the way, you do not have to pay for your headsets.
IsleTraveller is offline  
Old Oct 18, 99, 8:30 pm
Join Date: May 1998
Location: YYZ
Programs: Air Canada Aeroplan
Posts: 612
They only use china on economy for some meals of the flight, but not all of them. For example, their breakfast and dinner was served on china month ago when I flew with them back from HKG. IMHO, food was fine for an economy class' standard. BTW, don't know whether they still offer it or not, but their orange cake was REALLY delicious. http://talk.flyertalk.com/forum/smile.gif
Agincourt is offline  
Old Oct 19, 99, 12:56 pm
Join Date: Mar 1999
Location: Half the World & More and then some.
Programs: BA, SQ, AA, QF, CX, VS
Posts: 1,202
On international routes, the casserole dish and the cup are china. The rest are plastic.

On long haul Asian routes, the snack offered by Canadian are Char Siew Pow (Pork buns) and Cup-O-Noodles ! Yum !

Main meals sometime include Lotus Leaf wrapped Chicken Rice....it's even better than Cathay Pacific !

I guess you'd have to like asian cuisine!
Celestar340 is offline  
Old Oct 19, 99, 2:45 pm
Join Date: May 1998
Location: YYZ
Programs: Air Canada Aeroplan
Posts: 612
Celestar340, you're right, the Cup-O-Noodles was very yummy! (Too bad I forgot to ask for more http://talk.flyertalk.com/forum/smile.gif)

Oh btw, I got to eat Lotus Leaf wrapped Chicken Rice few years ago with CP from HKG-YVR. It was one another great meal!
Agincourt is offline  

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is Off
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are Off
Pingbacks are On
Refbacks are Off

Thread Tools
Search this Thread