American Airlines domestic meals are really bad. I don’t want to eat them. But I rarely question whether it’s safe to do so. easyJet meals, however, may be another story.
American Airlines ‘First Class’ Breakfast
A man flying home to the UK purchased a cheese toastie on an easyJet flight and found that his packaged meal had expired ten years ago.
Flight attendants joked he should be charged more ‘for an antique’. Airline customer service ignored his complaints until they began to get media attention, but the airline now claims it was “obviously” a “manual printing error.”
The man says that even after he brought the expired sandwich to flight attendants’ attention, they continued offering them for sale. And, he concedes, “It was still really tasty, to be honest, but it was over cooked.”
Ryanair enjoyed the negative publicity easyJet got over this. Ryanair isn’t likely to have the same problem, their food moves quickly because their flight attendants have minimum sales quotas.
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) August 17, 2017
(HT: Chris R.)