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May 29, 2017
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British Airways' foodless short-haul flights

Pack your own pretzels the next time you take a ** flight. Passengers flying in economy class are no longer being offered free food or drink on any short-haul flights. Predictable? Maybe. The airline announced a partnership with Marks and Spencer last September. The M&S on board menu** features and sweet and savoury snacks as well as sandwiches: Whippy One marshmallow chocolate bars and bags of crisps for £1; nuts for £1.60; yogurt and granola for £1.95; mozzarella and tomato focaccia £4.95. Tea and coffee will cost £2.30, beer £4, a gin and tonic £6. Credit and debit cards only. britishairways.com/en-gb/information/food-and-drink/short-haul-economy-dining.

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