British Airways to Sell Meals by Marks & Spencer

According to a number of sources, British Airways will start serving buy-on-board meals by major retailer Marks & Spencer on its short-haul flights. While details are still forthcoming, the partnership between these two British giants has been the subject of much controversy in recent months, as the airline has always included meals in ticket prices. However, it is understood that this move—which is predicted to take place in January next year—will allow customers to opt for a lower fare in lieu of complimentary in-flights snacks. Food on long-haul British Airways flights, on the other hand, is expected to remain free of charge.

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