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Continental BusinessFirst EWR-GVA

Old Nov 26, 09, 8:37 am
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Continental BusinessFirst EWR-GVA

This is a bit of a different trip report from the pespective of a food allergy (Celiac and shellfish) sufferer. So, the focus is on the meal/onboard service of the journey with some other bits and bobs thrown in.

Flight: 80
Route: EWR-GVA
Aircraft: Boeing 767-400
Seats: 2A and 2B
Date: 11/18/09

You can view the full report here: http://www.glutenfreemike.com/blog.html

Will be posting the return trip (which was rather disappointing compared with the outbound leg) soon.
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Old Nov 26, 09, 11:22 am
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Interesting - it's always intriguing for me to know how airlines cater for those with special meal requirements

Thanks for posting.
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Old Nov 26, 09, 12:57 pm
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Interesting report. Thanks.
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Old Nov 26, 09, 9:51 pm
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Great report. Any pictures?
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Old Nov 26, 09, 10:33 pm
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I assume you know Dr. Green the expert on Celiac disease. You are lucky you don't fly Y on CO to GVA.
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Old Nov 27, 09, 1:44 am
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Great report. Any pictures?
No, I don't see it at all. He should have to take the pictures inside the aircraft & meals for next time.
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Old Nov 27, 09, 2:35 am
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Thanks for the report !!!
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Old Nov 27, 09, 9:20 am
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Thanks for the great comments and feeback everyone. I thought about taking some snapshots but slipped my mind when it actually came to meal time. For the return report, which I will post soon, there was almost quite literally nothing to photograph as the meal was inedible and almost non-existent.
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