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Food service on night flights

Food service on night flights

  1. Anonymous

    Hello,

    Just wondering what the rule of thumb is, if there is one, for what meal services are included if a flight is set to take off late at night. I will be flying Business Class on an Air France flight in September (hopefully in their new, updated Business Class) from San Francisco to Paris and the flight is scheduled to take off at around 9PM. I don’t see any meal information for the flight when I look for it in my booking details. Will they likely serve a late dinner or will there only be snakes until breakfast? What are people’s experience will long haul international flights that take off later at night? Thank you!

  2. Gaurav

    It really depends on Sam L. Jackson’s mood that day :). Sorry couldn’t resist.

    I would try sending a tweet to Air France and asking about that particular flight. 9 seems early enough that I would expect a meal.

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