Airlines consider scrapping buy-on-board food programs

03/15/2005 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Other airlines are watching Delta Air Lines' decision to end its buy-on-board food program, writes the Washington Post's Keith L. Alexander. Delta's program has proved unpopular, and some travelers say the food falls below their expectations. United's Ted unit is replacing $10 salads and sandwiches with snack boxes.

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