British Airways 'mulls meal charges'

Jessica TranterLast Update : Monday 16 May 2016 - 7:22 PM
British Airways 'mulls meal charges'

British Airways considers meal charges for short flights, reports suggest

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British Airways passengers could be charged for meals on short-haul flights to help the airline compete with budget rivals, according to media reports.

It has been reported the airline is considering ending its long-held policy of free food and drinks.

New chief executive Alex Cruz, who took over last month, is looking at the option as a way of enabling cheaper headline fares, the reports suggest.

British Airways said the reports were “complete speculation”.

The Independent says the meal changes could include bringing in Waitrose as a supplier of high-quality snacks.

A British Airways spokesman said: “We are constantly reviewing every element of the experience our customers receive, including the in-flight catering, to ensure we’re delivering what they want.

“Everything we do is with our customers in mind and we will make changes that reflect their feedback.”

Source: BBC Business

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