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FLYTALES Let Them Eat Sandwiches

Category: Tourism, Posted:10 Feb 2013 | 06:00 am

As with world becomes a more cost conscious place legacy airlines are now exception to cost cutting.
News is up that Cathay Pacific and it's regional airline Dragonair are moving from hot food to cold sandwiches.
This will be the case for short haul flights, so don't' worry if you are on a fourteen hour marathon from Hong Kong to Los Angeles, you wont be sandwiched to death.
Our only hope is that Cathay doesn't take culinary tips from Thai Airways International and adopt the toxic spinach sandwich on white bread.

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