In-flight Dining is a quintessential expression of the services that
airlines provide to tempt the travelers. From entrées to main course
meals and desserts, the airlines ensure that the guests enjoy the food
served during the air journey. The chewy, crumbly and soft indulgence
that is a freshly baked cookie baked on board is something anyone would
love to relish. This sweet assortment satisfies your sweet tooth and
drinking milk is incomplete without it.
Sometimes, it is all you need to get your journey started or get rid
of the grogginess upon arrival, but chomping such tidbits during flights
these days can be rarely seen owing to the cutbacks and mergers.
Most of the airlines including Frontier Airlines have stopped serving
cookies after 2012. Don't give up hope yet! There are still few
airlines that ensure you do not miss the sweet bites even at 10,000
American Airlines is known to have introduced the baked on-board
cookies. AA bakes different varieties of cookies on 1,000 to 1,298
miles flights. The guests get to try white chocolate macadamia nut
cookies, chocolate chip cookies, oatmeal raisin, oatmeal cranberry,
nutty butter and other varieties.
United Airlines competes fiercely for Baking as it does for routes.
The carrier hired Chicago-based Poppie's Dough to bake the melt-in-mouth
chocolate chip cookies, peanut butter and cinnamon cookies on flights
between 900 and 2,299 miles. The carrier serves them in branded to-go
Virgin Australia serves Spotted Cow
cookies complimentary on some flights and on sale in most of the economy
flights. The "udderly delicious" gluten free cookies are also available
across Hudson’s coffee shops. The passengers can enjoy a wide variety
of baked on-board cookies including fruit mince spice, cranberry, triple
chocolate fudge, white chocolate and macadamia, chocolate and salted
caramel, choc chunk, Anzacs and spotted cookies.