AA Rolls Out New First Class and Business Class Menus

American Airlines is introducing new first-class and business-class menus on all transcontinental flights, as well as on select flights from Brazil. This is the first time American has completely revamped its transcontinental menus since 1999. On Jan. 1, new breakfast and lunch menus replaced existing menus. Beginning Feb. 1, new dinner and midnight snack menus will replace existing menus on the transcontinental routes. American also continues to expand its Food on Board snack box program, launched in February 2005, for passengers to purchase in the main cabin. Recently American added snack boxes to flights between San Juan and Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington-Dulles, as well flights between Mexico City and Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami and Chicago. Snack boxes are now available on more than 700 domestic routes longer than three hours, on transcontinental and Hawaii flights, as well as select international flights and most American Eagle flights within the United States. In March, American plans to add snack boxes on San Juan flights between Boston; Hartford, CT; Dallas/Fort Worth; Los Angeles; and Chicago. In addition, American will introduce snack boxes and sandwiches on Miami flights to Venezuela destinations of Caracas and Maracaibo.

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