American Airlines will provide meals at no extra cost for all main cabin seats on two transcontinental routes, beginning May 1. The move, announced March 14, follows Delta Air Line’s recent decision to include main cabin meals on 12 transcontinental routes. Delta’s main cabin meal service began March 1. The changes by both airlines are reversing a longstanding trend of US airlines not including meal service with economy-class tickets on domestic flights. American’s main ...

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