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TPA TO SFO via IAH ON UNITED BUSINESS WITH KIDS

TPA TO SFO via IAH ON UNITED BUSINESS WITH KIDS

  1. Aman Dhillon

    Could you please tell me how the business class flights are on united from TPA to SFO via IAH.
    Do they serve any food, due to I am travelling with kids. I have travelled SFO to TPA via IAH and they do serve dinner. I have not travelled United from TPA to SFO before.
    Thank you,
    Aman

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=2456]@Aman Dhillon[/USER], just search for the segments you want to check on united.com. It should show you meals offered (United calls the premium cabin on domestic flights First, just FYI).

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  3. Aman Dhillon

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 28195, member: 79″][USER=2456]@Aman Dhillon[/USER], just search for the segments you want to check on united.com. It should show you meals offered (United calls the premium cabin on domestic flights First, just FYI).

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    Thank you Gaurav

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