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2014 Let's Eat - Domestic/Canada/Latin America First, BusinessFirst, & Business Class

2014 Let's Eat - Domestic/Canada/Latin America First, BusinessFirst, & Business Class

Old Aug 10, 14, 3:17 pm
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What is served SEA-SFO noon departure?
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Old Aug 10, 14, 4:19 pm
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Originally Posted by tracon View Post
What is served SEA-SFO noon departure?
Sub-900 miles at noon is the snack basket with chips, cookies, chocolate or fresh fruit.

http://www.united.com/web/en-US/cont...st/dining.aspx
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Old Aug 11, 14, 10:53 am
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LAS-DEN
6:13am dep
"Refreshments"


PDB
Scone
Beverages


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AUS-DEN
4:40pm dep
"Refreshments"


PDB
Snack Basket (bananas, potato chips, Walker ginger cookies, Tolblerone)
Beverages
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Old Aug 11, 14, 11:48 am
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8/8 SFO-ORD. Don't recall the flight number, but it was lunch. Cut it too close to pick something up in the terminal. Choices were some salad or "chicken wrap". Went with the latter. Bad. Luckily, vodka tonic is borderline impossible to screw up.
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Old Aug 11, 14, 12:16 pm
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Flew p.s. last night JFK-LAX. Typical menu: beef tenderloin, roasted chicken, or mezzaluna pasta. Both Mrs. PV_ and I had the beef and it was actually quite nicely cooked and tender. The sauce was salty and the green beans accompanying the entree were undesirable. Better than average caesar salad starter along with the "sashimi".
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Old Aug 13, 14, 12:51 pm
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Flew HNL-EWR yesterday and was served:

Snack 2 tomato slices, some chopped up red bell peppers, 3 mini mozzerella balls and 2 slices of what looked like prosciutto but was told it was sopressata.
They also handed out either a cookie or scone, it was in the little paper and i didnt get it so unsure which it was.

Breakfast was the breakfast sandwich with fruit cup and yogurt.

Awesome for a 9:30 minute flight
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Old Aug 13, 14, 2:48 pm
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Originally Posted by Weez_1000 View Post
Flew HNL-EWR yesterday and was served:

Snack 2 tomato slices, some chopped up red bell peppers, 3 mini mozzerella balls and 2 slices of what looked like prosciutto but was told it was sopressata.
They also handed out either a cookie or scone, it was in the little paper and i didnt get it so unsure which it was.

Breakfast was the breakfast sandwich with fruit cup and yogurt.

Awesome for a 9:30 minute flight
I can't believe it got worse. The two-choice dinner was bad enough.
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Old Aug 14, 14, 12:27 pm
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Has anyone heard anything further about the supposed revamp of UA's menus that was introduced by this thread in March? http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/unite...2014-a-17.html
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Old Aug 14, 14, 12:33 pm
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Hey FYI no more lemons or limes available on United Express flights. Effective Aug 1st according to the FA on one of my flights last week.
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Old Aug 14, 14, 12:36 pm
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Has anyone flown EWR-LAS recently? I assume its considered a transcon, any idea what would be served for lunch/dinner any big difference? I hope theres at least a sundae. Its a decently long flight over 5.5 hours scheduled
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Old Aug 14, 14, 12:52 pm
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Originally Posted by SkiUtah View Post
Has anyone flown EWR-LAS recently? I assume its considered a transcon, any idea what would be served for lunch/dinner any big difference? I hope theres at least a sundae. Its a decently long flight over 5.5 hours scheduled
Curious too. I am flying in a few weeks the 8am EWR-LAS and then the 4pm LAS-EWR. I'm bringing a friend who is most accustomed to NZ J and want to know how to prep her.
Not about the sundae (gag)

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Old Aug 14, 14, 1:00 pm
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Originally Posted by SkiUtah View Post
I hope theres at least a sundae.
Do they offer sundae on domestic first class flights? I've never had them before.
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Old Aug 14, 14, 2:06 pm
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Originally Posted by JVPhoto View Post
Curious too. I am flying in a few weeks the 8am EWR-LAS and then the 4pm LAS-EWR. I'm bringing a friend who is most accustomed to NZ J and want to know how to prep her.
Not about the sundae (gag)
This is not considered a transcontinental route. UA is very strict in this regard. You've pretty much gotta go from one state that borders the Atlantic Ocean to a state that borders the Pacific Ocean or visa versa. You'll receive the standard mid-con fare on these routes. No sundaes. Cookies at meal time after lunch or dinner.
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Old Aug 14, 14, 2:07 pm
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Originally Posted by crosscountry58S View Post
Has anyone heard anything further about the supposed revamp of UA's menus that was introduced by this thread in March? http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/unite...2014-a-17.html
Doesn't seem like it - I'll believe it's happening when I see it!
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Old Aug 14, 14, 7:50 pm
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Originally Posted by SkiUtah View Post
Has anyone flown EWR-LAS recently? I assume its considered a transcon, any idea what would be served for lunch/dinner any big difference? I hope theres at least a sundae. Its a decently long flight over 5.5 hours scheduled
Originally Posted by JVPhoto View Post
Curious too. I am flying in a few weeks the 8am EWR-LAS and then the 4pm LAS-EWR. I'm bringing a friend who is most accustomed to NZ J and want to know how to prep her.
Not about the sundae (gag)
I flew it in May but was on the 8am flight and we had a choice of cereal or breakfast sandwich. As far as the sundae i dont ever remember getting a sundae on this route so my guess would be no.
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