Airline food

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Airline food is food served to passengers on an airplane. It is usually included in the price of the ticket, except for most low-cost airlines. [1] Some airlines now have a buy-on-board menu, in which food and drinks are typically sold. [2] Some airline now offer small snacks, instead of meals. [3]

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  1. Traveler, Independent (19 June 2017). "A Guide to Airline Meals and Snacks".
  2. "Buy On-Board Meals?".
  3. Staff, Follow MeHipmunk (3 July 2015). "The History of In-Flight Peanuts and Snacks (and Which Airlines Offer Great Selections)". Tailwind by Hipmunk. Archived from the original on 19 August 2019. Retrieved 7 March 2016.