Updated June 23, 2020.
If you read yesterday’s post, you got the low-down on our unexpected journey (in Business Class!) on Avianca Airlines to get home from Chile. Today, I’m giving you the details on the food! It’s What I Ate Wednesday after all!
Flight 1: SCL-LIM (Santiago to Lima)
Our flight was scheduled for 7:15 am and would take just under four hours. That means we got breakfast! And it was a pretty good one:
That’s one hearty breakfast. It kept us going until lunch on our next flight, even with a two-hour delay!
Flight 2: LIM-SAL (Lima to San Salvador)
Our second of three flights was supposed to leave about 10:10 am and take 4 hours and 15 minutes, but we were delayed almost two hours (we still don’t know why–crew change? maintenance? weather? Other flights were going, but our plane was just sitting there the whole time!). We left at noon. No big deal. We had a lovely lunch (and lay-flat seats) waiting for us onboard!
Flight 3: SAL-IAD (San Salvador to Washington-Dulles)
Because our flight was scheduled to leave about 3:00 pm and take approximately four hours, so the airlines typically serve lunch if a flight is scheduled to leave at that time. We left an hour late because they (thankfully!) waited for us and the other 30 or so passengers connecting to Washington-Dulles, but it was still lunch for us! Because it was a smaller plane, the meal was less elaborate and without a separate appetizer course, but the dessert was the best of the day!
This one was really special! I love meringue, and this was awesome! I wasn’t even hungry because we’d been fed all day long, but I might could have eaten about a dozen of these! I didn’t. I stopped with one.
So next time you fly Avianca’s Business Class, you’ll know just what to expect! Like what you see? Tell me in the comments section below!
Want more? Check out my Air Travel Page for all things flying, and my Chile Page for everything you need about Santiago and Easter Island! And for the foodies, you won’t want to miss my World Foods Page. It’ll be worth your while!
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