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One Airplane Meal That Isn't Yucky: Virgin Atlantic's Full English

July 11, 2011 at 1:30 PM | by | Comment (1)

Whoa whoa whoa. We know, we know; it's totally weird for us to be liking an airline meal, let alone a breakfast airline meal. As much as we love to hate on things like the dreaded American Airlines croissant and these 15 disgusting meals, sometimes we can actually be taken by surprise when a flight attendant presents us with something edible and appealing.

On a flight shorter than others on which we've only gotten a greasy croissant, Virgin Atlantic shocked with a full English Breakfast. For the uninitiated, this means bacon, eggs, a grilled tomato, fried mushrooms, Wiltshire sausages, hash browns and a mug of tea. Typically baked beans are also added, but that must've only been for Virgin's Upper Class on this particular flight from New York-JFK to London-LHR.

As breakfast on overnight flights to Europe can be the most important meal of the trip (seeing as how you're not likely to sit and eat again for 6+ hours), we advise going for hearty.

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JFK Clubhouse Closed!

Just heard from one of my mates that the Clubhouse was shutdown over Health Violations!!! Now I know why I have been sick twice after eating there. Get it together Virgin!

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