AS US AIRLINES SCROUNGE for every last penny of ancillary revenue to replace the dollars no longer being spent on tickets, some are taking a second look at food service. The post-9/11 buy-on-board programs that grudgingly were introduced after carriers concluded they could not simply withdraw all sustenance from the skies are taking on a new flavor, according to some that have adopted or are considering such options. Airlines generally acknowledge that buy-on-board food service--which can ...

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