The days of free food on airplanes will end this fall.
Continental Airlines, the biggest carrier in Cleveland and the last to provide free meals, will start charging.
No more free breakfasts and sandwiches, hot meals and desserts for economy-class fliers.
Continental will still have free food in coach on international flights, as well as domestic flights longer than six hours, such as Newark to San Francisco or Los Angeles, and Houston to Anchorage, Alaska. But those exceptions don’t apply to most leisure and other economy class travelers flying out of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
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