American Airlines will expand its premium cabin pre-ordered
meal service to include American Eagle regional flights.
The service, which begins March 11, will be offered on
American Eagle flights of at least 900 miles that have a first-class cabin.
The move brings the number of daily American flights that
are eligible for pre-order to nearly 1,900. That’s more than any other U.S.
airline, the carrier said.
American currently offers pre-ordered meals in mainline
narrowbody first-class cabins as well as in first class, business and premium
economy cabins on widebody aircraft.
This March, American Eagle first-class customers will be
able to pre-order items such as a charcuterie plate, a Tex-Mex salad with adobo
chicken, curried chicken salad on a croissant, a Mediterranean turkey club, and
smoked salmon with potato salad with everything-bagel seasoning.
Eligible customers can pre-order up to 30 days before a
flight and up to 24 hours prior to departure.