DCA-MSY. Anything to eat?

Old Nov 19, 02, 4:01 pm
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DCA-MSY. Anything to eat?

I'll be flying DCA-MSY nonstop next week. Leaves DCA at 2 p.m. and comes back at 5 p.m. What to expect as to meals?
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Old Nov 19, 02, 4:13 pm
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no meals-- i took the flight recently and they dont serve anything on either flight
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Old Nov 20, 02, 2:17 pm
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Legal Seafood is located just outside of security for the concourse that serves most US flights at DCA - they will pack up an order to go so you can bring it onto the flight. Several decent options in the US terminal when you pass through security as well.
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Old Nov 20, 02, 2:38 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by micheno:
I'll be flying DCA-MSY nonstop next week. Leaves DCA at 2 p.m. and comes back at 5 p.m. What to expect as to meals?</font>
As I've discovered, I think its a matter of the timing of the flight - 2:00 seems to be a black hole.
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Old Nov 20, 02, 4:43 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by ITRADE:
As I've discovered, I think its a matter of the timing of the flight - 2:00 seems to be a black hole.</font>
I was on the 5:00 PM MSY-DCA flight in F on 11/4. A nice dinner was served consisting of salad, and choice of chicken or pasta dish along with a joke of a desert item.

Food was good, the pasta was like a lasagna with heavy amount of spinach in the cheese, I found quite tasty and VERY filling.

Desert was a small package of two chocolate covered cookie things that are like "straws" or something. Think of a skinny kit kat that is shaped like a straw. It was ok, but cheesecake would have been nicer.

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Old Nov 20, 02, 5:29 pm
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Desert was a small package of two chocolate covered cookie things that are like "straws" or something. Think of a skinny kit kat that is shaped like a straw. It was ok,
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I love these things! Unfortunately they are never apart of the wicker snack basket; they are only served as dessert on short and medium haul snack trays. Often I take just these things and turn down the rest of the meal!
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