A dissatisfied easyJet passenger shared footage of what he claims was “the worst airline meals and promoting” he’d ever seen.
Alex, a 38-year-old Londoner, uploaded a video of his £5 sandwich to social media after a latest flight from Paris to London Gatwick.
“Is that this the worst airline meals and promoting you’ve ever seen?” he wrote, with a clip of the marketed hummous and roasted vegetable baguette – an image that reveals it brimming with fillings – beside the fact.
The precise baguette seems to come back with a scraping of hummous and a really small scattering of vegetable chunks.
Alex was so peeved by the distinction between the image and what he was served that he despatched the sandwich again.
“I used to be in disbelief at first,” he informed the Solar On-line. “It’s the kind of stuff you hear about with airline meals. I spoke to the crew and requested for an additional sandwich.
“The flight attendant informed me ‘to not be shocked’ and that footage not often mirror actuality. They gave me one other and it was just about as dangerous.”
He additionally claimed to have shelled out £2 for a bottle of water which by no means arrived as crew mentioned the airplane was about to land.
An easyJet spokesperson mentioned: “We’re conscious of this footage and will likely be trying into this with our in-flight retail provider as it seems that the merchandise served falls in need of the excessive requirements we anticipate from our inflight food and drinks vary for our prospects.
“We will likely be in contact with the client to apologise for his or her expertise and supply a gesture of goodwill.”
It’s not the primary time a passenger has been left lower than glad with an inflight meal.
A photograph of a Ryanair bacon sandwich attracted criticism of the airline’s inflight catering after being posted on social media in August 2021.
Bestselling Irish crime author Liz Nugent tweeted an image of the offending breakfast merchandise on Friday, with the caption: “My pal @AimeeWoods21 paid €5.50 for this ‘bacon sandwich’ @Ryanair right now. I’m making an attempt to determine if it qualifies.”
Regardless of costing practically £5, the sliced, unbuttered mini-baguette appeared to comprise simply a few scraps of bacon relatively than even one full rasher.