Starting today there are several changes to American Airlines catering, according to an internal document reviewed by View From The Wing.
Premium cabin meal tray setups will contain hand sanitizer. This is in addition to the sanitizer in snack bags given to all passengers on flights between 900 and 2199 miles.
American is dropping Dasani for its one liter water bottles and moving to Nestle water. That’s good – nobody wants Dasani, as the world learned during coronavirus panic buying in March.
— gary leff (@garyleff) March 30, 2020
American is also “transition[ing] from Sierra Mist to Sprite products throughout the month.”
In first class they’re pulling a beer tub but adding a drawer with two white wines and three champagne splits. They’re also adding a drawer with four bottles of red wine. Long haul redeye flights will get a “Mix & Munch box.” The first class supply cart will also have a PPE Drawer “which includes gloves, hand sanitizer, crew face masks, and extra face masks for customers.”
- flights over 2200 miles have a “drawer added to Aisle Ready Beverage Cart”
- Flights between 900-2199 miles will receive snack bags
- 12 cans of Dasani Lime are being replaced by 4 cans each of Coke, Diet Coke, and Dr. Pepper (There will still be 3 cans of Dasani Lime, boy there was a lot of Dasani Lime)