The chicken curry has been on high rotation of late along with the sausage roll. New addition: a thousand dollar+ chicken pie (didn’t take a photo).
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Same. Hopefully later in the year they can give me a G+T in the air again.Gosh, it’s been so long since I ordered a gin and tonic, I’m glad you asked.
A few weeks ago they were only serving beer and wine. I haven't heard that this has changed.
Thanks guys. That's a shame, hopefully they come back soon.No spirits on my recent flights.
IMO it really is time to let insolvency laws govern the outcome at Qantas - i tend to think there is too much rot, and resistance to change, and it could all be cleared out, with a good old spring clean up in bankruptcy.Didn't I read somewhere that Qantas in particular got plenty of bailout already...?
Any hint as to which champagne that is? I’ve booked SYD-ZQN for February next year so am somewhat interested.No spirits on trans-Tasman either. Didn't even get a welcome drink on my last two flights which really was a loss imo. But then on the flight itself at least, ample wine and proper French Champagne was served.
I got lunch at 9am when I last flew (admittedly back in late July, so things may have changed). That was Cairns to Brisbane.Is 11am - 1.30pm still the correct departure window for lunchtime catering on domestic flights? Considering changing a booking to 11am and don't want to wind up with the dreaded snack...