United Airlines passengers will no longer have to reach for their wallets if they ask for wine or beer on long-haul international flights. Not even in economy.
United says it will upgrade the food in its economy cabin, too, offering “a hearty three-course service” that will remain complimentary. Beyond that, the carrier will start selling the same light snacks that it already offers on its domestic flights.
The changes begin June 1, covering United’s long-haul flights between the United States and Europe and Asia. They’ll also include United flights between the U.S. and Argentina, Brazil and Chile.
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