Passengers Get Complimentary Wine on British Airlines

By: Sarah Moore - Published: • References: britishairways & coolhunting
If you often indulge in a cocktail to loosen you up on a long flight then the complimentary wine on British Airlines will certainly tickle your fancy -- and your palette.

While many airlines tend to give out free vino to their VIP passengers who frequent the first class section of the plane, few, if any, have extended that perk to the flyers sitting in economy or coach part of the plane.

The wine that is served has been carefully selected for the guests based on counteracting the way that altitude affects ones sense of taste and smell and the dehydration that tends to occur when confined to a stuffy plane for an extended period of time.

The perk is part of British Airline's renewed commitment to making the flying experience as comfortable as possible for their passengers. Stats for Booze Filled Flights Trending: Older & Chilly
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