American Eagle Adds Two New Meal Options

Via, American Eagle flight attendant Outarde4 on Instagram, there’s two new American Eagle food enter items we can look forward to in First Class.

Keep in mind, meals on American Eagle in First Class are served on flights long than 900 miles during traditional meal window times.

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Charcuterie Plate



  • Side salad
  • Side dessert
  • Charcuterie plate consisting of meats, mozzarella, artichoke, peppers, tomatoes, olives and pita bread.
  • Packaged bread sticks.

Photo: Outarde4

Protein Plate



  • Side salad
  • Side dessert
  • Protein platter consisting of a hard boiled egg, vegetables, pita bread, hummus and cheese.
  • Flat bread package

Photo: Outarde4

My Take

Two really nice options for longer flights, in my opinion. I believe these will be offered instead of the sandwich/wrap or hot meal, so these will be the alternative option. Personally, I find meals on American Eagle better than those on the mainline jets, though I don’t often fly American Eagle on long enough flights to be able to eat due to the 900+ mile minimum requirement.

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