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In-flight catering on Bmibaby.

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Count_Emmup | 16:04 Mon 30th Apr 2007 | Travel
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I'm going to Mallorca with them in July, but nowhere in terms and conditions or booking confirmation does it mention if meals are served or not.

Can anyone please tell me if we get fed, free or otherwise?


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No, you have to either take your own food or you can buy a sandwich, snacks and drinks when on board or in one of the airport shops, ( don't buy drinks until you have passed through security )
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Thanks for your prompt answer - though I'm surprised they let you take your own on board, Easyjet don't. Mind you, what can they do if they catch you, sling you out at thirty-thousand feet?
Not long got back from Madrid with Easyjet and we bought the 3-for-2 offer in Boots, a sandwich, crisps and a coke for �2-99 and eat them on board with no problem.
Having said that I have never had a problem with the food and drink you can buy on the plane.
Mallorca is only just over 2hrs away so before you know it you will be sitting down at a street cafe enjoying a Tapas.
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Coming back from Barcelona on Ej a couple of years ago we were munching baguetas de queso and slurping from a litre of Xibeca Damm and the gay steward got a bit shirty.

The scouser 'judies' are usually the soul of saucy friendlines though!

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