My wife and I have just returned from our final AeroMexico / Lima elite mileage “fun” run. It has been great having a number of days to explore Lima and it is a fantastic city (other than the traffic, that is). BTW there are still some just flat out amazing Delta earnings runs available despite the changes to the earning rules by Delta as of 1April18 and I would reach out to ADAM and his team NOW if you are in need of some Delta MQMs or MQDs to reach whatever elite status you are chasing.
But back on topic. Above is the AeroMexico business class breakfast omelet I have come to despise. So much so that I often requested the “continental” choice over this hot option. It really was awful and I would avoid it. The eggs tasted like rubber. The filling was blah at best.
Delta breakfasts are not that bad when it comes to eggs on jets. Not saying they are something to look forward to, but at least a decent option. Now when it comes to international flights, I tend to pass on the breakfast 6-8 hours after takeoff – I would rather wait and have a real breakfast on the ground.
United is even now offering, for purchase, breakfast tacos / burritos and promoting it is a reason to fly the airline. Now I avoid UA for any number of reasons including how they destroyed their award program a few years back and their poor service – but the chance to have a breakfast taco has me totally rethinking my choice not to fly UA (#kidding #SaidNoOneEver)!
And that brings me to my question for today. Have you ever really had any kind of egg breakfast on any airline jet you would say was really good and you would order on the ground? If so what airline and what can the US airlines learn from your onboard experience? – Rene
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