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Discussion in 'Alaska Airlines | Mileage Plan' started by Bay Pisco Shark, Feb 8, 2013.
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The luxury is nearly unspeakable.
And Uri Geller is still an AS flight attendant.
Silverware is from the Dali collection, I see...
I can't wait for that one slice of tomato when I fly OAK-SEA in two weeks
Do elites get fresh produce or the wilted stuff like everybody else?
Seriously, I was thinking when did they upgrade the service. Last time I flew Alaska this route OAK-SEA in 2009? my lunch time flight consisted of a bag of chips with some hummus. Although the fork is bent, I didn't think this snack looks too bad
It wasn't bad. Another piece of chicken, and a roll, and it could have been a decent lunch.
they also have a southwest chicken salad on those routes (SEA-SFO OAK-SEA) that is quite tasty. The chicken on both of these has been quite tender. I prefer these over the cheese plate.
Of course you do. But some of us already knew that.
Looks like the meal I had YVR-LAX, albeit with a normal fork. I didnt think it was that bad and it looked better than yours. Definitely was better than the turkey & cheese sandwich that was served from LAX-YVR.