Moscow --> AMS in Business: Anything more than a sandwich?

Old Apr 13, 05, 8:48 am
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Moscow --> AMS in Business: Anything more than a sandwich?

Drinks aside, is the Business service just a sandwich, or is there a meal with any protein of reasonable size?
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Old Apr 13, 05, 1:05 pm
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well, there's some sort of boxed lunch in Y, so C pax should have at least as much

oh, and you may want to check out this site:
http://www.airlinemeals.net/indexMeals.html
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Old Apr 13, 05, 2:06 pm
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Meal service in Europe Select

Just flew AMS - GLA on a B737 in Europe Select. Even for the 1 hour flight, meal service was more than the snackbox offered in Economy.
It was a small Chicken and Schrimp appetiser, with a small salad. Warm breadrolls came along, and to finish a small chocolate mousse with cream. And full bar service ofcourse!

So I guess it should along those lines, but a bit more for your journey!

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Old Apr 13, 05, 6:14 pm
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I wouldnt bank on it being anymore for a flight to Moscow. You are lucky to get a clean seat and a smile.
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Old Apr 14, 05, 1:45 am
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Sounds about on par with a US domestic flight of that duration. Thanks for the leads.
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Old Apr 14, 05, 12:54 pm
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I am now in the habit of breaking out my own sandwiches and mini thermos filled with chinese tea.
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Old Apr 17, 05, 10:31 am
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wl I flew AMS -SVO last week , upgraded on a E class ticket to C class ! the meal was great and lots of cava aswell and did not cost may miles either only 10 000 I think so when I go back AMS I have done the same for the return !
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Old Apr 17, 05, 10:59 am
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Originally Posted by psollitt
wl I flew AMS -SVO last week , upgraded on a E class ticket to C class ! the meal was great and lots of cava aswell and did not cost may miles either only 10 000 I think so when I go back AMS I have done the same for the return !
Brilliant. I am flying in on Aeroflot from CDG and back on KLM, so will get a chance to compare.
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Old Apr 18, 05, 1:46 am
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Originally Posted by cerealmarketer
Brilliant. I am flying in on Aeroflot from CDG and back on KLM, so will get a chance to compare.
Oh, let us know how they compare, will you? I haven't flown SU intra-Europeans for years (even though I' based in Moscow) and I'm really curious as to how these flights are now

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