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United Airlines invests in new in-flight food, beverage service

22 August 2014

United Airlines said it has unveiled new, improved lunch, dinner and beverage choices for domestic first-class customers, offering travelers chef-inspired meals and premium beverages that elevate their in-flight experience.

Among the changes are new, premium salads beginning for customers flying United First and United Business within North America; premium sandwiches and wraps for United First and United Business customers within North America; and the addition of Prosecco sparkling wine in premium cabins beginning this fall.

This month, United began offering customers in premium cabins on North America flights four new salad entrée choices a Southwestern salad, an Asian-style noodle salad, a seasonal greens with roast beef and blue cheese salad and a Strawberry Fields salad replacing the previous chicken and shrimp salad options.

Designed by United´s team of chefs, the new salads and sandwiches will be made fresh daily and paired with a gluten-free soup, along with United´s signature service elements, including warmed nuts, premium snacks and warmed cookies.

United Airlines and United Express operate an average of more than 5,200 flights a day to 374 airports across six continents. For more information, visit, follow @United on Twitter or connect on Facebook. United´s parent is United Continental Holdings, Inc (NYSE: UAL).


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