United Airlines will stop serving complimentary snacks to North American economy passengers effective Sept. 2 and will begin charging for meals in domestic business class (except for certain flights between New York and Los Angeles/San Francisco) and in transatlantic economy cabins on Oct. 1, according to a memo to flight attendants obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle and subsequently confirmed by a UA spokesperson. "These are difficult but necessary changes. We are looking at everything ...

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