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We knew that Frontier was all about the sudsy stuff up in the air, but now it looks like their expanding their pride to other in-flight items. Frontier is pretty darn excited to be from Colorado, and they’re starting to share their pride with one and all. The best part is that they’re doing it right through the in-flight menu.
Of course nothing is free, but at least when you’re spending your digital dollars up in the air you’re getting something somewhat unique. Earlier this month Frontier added local options like Boulder Canyon Kettle Chips, Evol Burritos, and Mountain Man Almond Chocolate Cherry Crunch trail mix to its menu. That’s in addition to other Colorado options like Colorado Native Beer, Blue Moon, Fat Tire Amber Ale, and of course Coors Light.
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Fresh off voting for their new animal tail, it looks like Frontier Airlines is looking for your help making a business decision once again. The airline is planning to bring a brand new beer to the in-flight menu, and they want to you pick from a couple different options of ales, lagers, and stouts.
There’s four different options from which to choose, so be sure to do the necessary research before casting your vote for Dale's Pale Ale, Upslope Pale Ale, Colorado Native, or Crabtree Oatmeal Stout. All the different options are brewed right in Colorado, so they’re definitely showing a little bit of hometown—or home state—pride. We’re kind of torn about which to choose, but we know that any of them will be a good fit alongside Fat Tire and Coors Light on the beverage cart.
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We've told you how to make the most of in-flight drinking, but at some point you’re going to need something to go along with that Singapore Sling. Taking a survey of the airlines and their in-flight meal options revealed that, actually, some carriers do offer pretty healthy snack options, but you'll still need to stay vigilant and wary of the main course. Here are five airlines that offer up taste with a side of healthy:
· American Airlines
If you have an early flight, American Airlines has the best healthy breakfast going. It’s not as tasty as swinging by Cinnabon in the terminal, but your heart will thank you later. The breakfast cafe bowl features instant oatmeal—that’s always healthy—as well as dried fruit, almonds, and walnuts for just $3. If you need a little bit more sustenance, invite some strawberry yogurt and raisins to the party for $6. The meals in the afternoon on the airline aren’t as healthy despite the offering of Caesar salad, so stick with American for your breakfast options.
More low-cal, low-fat, and low-guilt snacks after the break...