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Old 03-10-2019, 11:55 AM
Location: North Idaho
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Three meals would be an awfully long flight.

SAS served food that was surprisingly good for an airline. Plus snacks and drinks. More than I expected to get from what I consider to be an economy airline.

In fact, I wished they would be a little less attentive because it was night and I would have liked to sleep instead of the frequent commotion of drinks and snacks being handed out.

I carry food and was glad of it because flights were all delayed for hours in Chicago and everything in the International wing closed. The only thing open was a gift shop that had small $8 bottles of water and no food of any sort. Hundreds of passengers there, stranded, no food and nothing to drink but very expensive water.

I carry peanut M&M's on flights. Fortunately, I didn't kill any small children with peanut allergies when I was eating M&M's in the waiting area.
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