Economy Class Benefits from United’s Freebie Snacks
Apparently senior leadership at United Airlines recognizes this time of year to rejoice and express appreciation for those you care about by once again dishing out free snacks to economy fliers. Wow! After an approximate 7-year hiatus dating back to sometime in 2008, in which United management then decided to nix serving the freebie miniature-sized snack packs to quell the peasants squished together like chickens in an overcrowded henhouse sitting back in economy during cruising altitude, the brilliance of asking for and receiving customer feedback in 2015 produced reinstating the infamous in-flight freebie. Hilarious!
Redonkulous…LMAO! Okay, got it. Thanks CEO of United. Let me be the first to congratulate you on doing such a wonderful job getting inside the minds of your customers. N
To conclude I take it from United’s generosity of distributing in-flight freebies – such as peanuts, stroopwafels, ranch soy nuts, or Asian snack mix – that the health of the U.S. economy, must be improving to extend such a noble gesture to the economy class. Wait, UAL doesn’t pay dividends to its shareholders? How can the company afford to give away free snacks? Did UAL shareholders get to vote on the freebie reinstatement?