Plane food sucks. It’s a universal truth. And even if you recognize that it’s kinda not entirely the airline’s fault (the lack of humidity dries your nose, and cabin pressure numbs most of your taste buds), you also know that, well, it kinda is.
And United Airlines knows it too, which is why they just announced a "multi-million dollar" overhaul of its in-flight dining service in response to complaints from frequent fliers.
Exciting, right? Well, sorta. Turns out, it only applies to business and premium class -- at least until next year.
And, quite frankly, the menu still doesn't sound terribly exciting. Gluten-free soup? A Southwestern salad? It's like a Panera opened on your flight to Denver. Actually, we take that back -- Panera is pretty awesome (even if they do limit WiFi during lunch hours).