American And US Airways Align First Class Meals

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    When airlines merge they have to "align" policies, and if there's one thing we've learned from the mergers we've suffered through the past two years, it's that this usually translates to taking the worst policies of both airlines as the new "standard." As of April, US Airways adopted some American premium cabin service standards, including adding glassware in domestic first class on all flights, adding meals on slightly shorter flights (previously only on flights of over 3hr30min, then on flights over 2hr45min), etc. Still, there's quite a discrepancy between American's premium cabin meal policy and US Airways' policy, so we knew there would be more aligning on the way. As of September 1, 2014, American and US Airways will fully be aligning their meal policies, and if you're used to American's system, you won't like it. The post American And US Airways Align First Class Meals appeared first on One Mile at a Time. Related StoriesBonus On Purchased American AAdvantage Miles Through July 31, 2014British Airways Adding Fuel Surcharges On US Airways AwardsLast US Airways Star Alliance 90K: Introduction

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