Thursday, May 14, 2009

Boston Market to Offer In-Flight Fast Food

American Airlines will be offering Boston Market sandwiches and salads for sale on some of their flights.

Fast Food has long been available in the airport, but now you can buy it in-flight, too.

"We are pleased to partner with Boston Market to provide our customers with quality inflight food options from a reputable brand name that they recognize," says John Tiliacos, American's managing director, onboard products.

Customers traveling on Hawaii flights, Chicago flights to and from Los Angeles and to and from Miami, and transcontinental flights departing after 10 a.m. can purchase a Boston Market sandwich beginning this Friday for $10, the meals include:
  • Boston Market Chicken Carver: All-white meat chicken, cheddar cheese, leaf lettuce, sliced tomato and Dijon-mayonnaise served on an artisan roll with Miss Vickie's chips.
  • Boston Market Beef Brisket Grinder: Tender beef brisket, provolone cheese, mesclun greens, mild giardiniera relish, and Tuscan-mayonnaise served on an artisan roll with Miss Vickie's chips.
  • Boston Market Italian Grinder: Salami, smoked ham, provolone cheese, mesclun greens, sliced tomato, and olive-parmesan spread on an artisan roll and served with Boston Market's light balsamic vinaigrette on the side and Miss Vickie's chips.
On July 1, the sandwiches will be offered on additional routes.

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