What Complimentary Snacks Does Your Airline Serve?
What’s better than a complimentary bag of peanuts on your five-hour flight? Unless you’re craving peanuts, most snacks sound more appetizing than the two-ounce bag of dry — emphasis on the dry — roasted peanuts available on most domestic flights.
Peanuts and pretzels tend to be airline snack staples. Fliers can rely on AirTran and American Airlines for a free salty bag of peanuts every flight. Alaska Airlines, Delta, United and Continental Airlines consistently hand out bags of pretzels. Southwest, however, is kind enough to offer a choice of either peanuts or pretzels.
Only a few airlines dare to offer complimentary snacks that aren’t peanuts or pretzels. On a Delta flight, you can opt for Biscoff cookies. On Hawaiian Airlines, you can get a taste of the tropical island with Hawaiian Sweet Maui Onion Potato Chips and Pau Hana Snack Mix. JetBlue gives consideration to junk food-addicts, health nuts, and even kids with DORITOS Tortilla Chips, Terra Blues Potato Chips, and Keebler Animal Crackers. Read on to see what complimentary snacks your airline serves.
Haley WIllard is The Daily Meal's assistant editor. Follow her on Twitter @haleywillrd.