United Airlines has introduced the booze again to its flight menus.
This week, United Airlines introduced it introduced onerous liquor again after eradicating it as a consequence of a slew of violent onboard incidents began by passengers.
“United has been serving beer, wine, and hard seltzer since June 1. But starting Monday, liquor miniatures will be available for sale through contactless payment in United Economy on its Domestic, Canada, and Latin markets,” United instructed FOX Enterprise in an announcement, including the return of alcohol is “in response to the feedback we’ve received from both customers and flight attendants.”
“The ability to offer a complete food and beverage menu is something that we know is important to our customers,” United continued. Liquor will solely be accessible to passengers on home flights touring 300 or extra miles.
Passengers will be capable to make their alcoholic beverage purchases through contactless cost expertise, CNN Journey stories.