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stevec2nd
12:06 AM on 07/17/2012
Delta Skelta? Sure. In your dreams.
12:04 AM on 07/17/2012
Alaska/Horizon Air serve free alcohol on their flights too -- and they're domestic!
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Erik Rieder
12:03 AM on 07/17/2012
Too bad they don't when you're stuck on the tarmac and really need it.
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ChicagoBob
Save the Earth-It's the only planet with chocolate
04:51 AM on 07/17/2012
Too many trips to the john.
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SilverShrimp0
11:41 PM on 07/16/2012
Finally, a slideshow worth reading.
11:35 PM on 07/16/2012
I don't always fly, but when I do I prefer anything that is not United.
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Korry Ortiz
11:35 PM on 07/16/2012
american airlines doesnt serve free booze! i flew AA a few months ago and was only able to get the free soda/juice/water....booze cost extra and it ISNT cheap! maybe if your flying internationally they do but not within the U.S
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robdaemon
11:45 PM on 07/16/2012
The slideshow specifically says it's on international flights.
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pellebee
An ex-pat with a 'don't diet, try it attitude'
05:38 AM on 07/17/2012
nope - flew them intl the other day and last year - in economy - you pay for all alcohol!
11:34 PM on 07/16/2012
Stop doing slideshows
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Waltfl
Μακάριοι οἱ εἰρηνοποιοί
11:11 PM on 07/16/2012
What about SAS? I once flew with them from Stockholm to Bangkok. By the time we arrived almost every single person on board (men and women!) was so s/i†fa/ed it was scary. They were pouring down booze as if it was going out of style, bawling, singing, and staggering off the plane in BKK. These Vikings .... never seen anything like it.
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pellebee
An ex-pat with a 'don't diet, try it attitude'
05:39 AM on 07/17/2012
everytime ive flown SAS (mostly to the US) you get 2-3 free drinks then you pay..
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smoker
Qué Será, Será
08:23 PM on 07/16/2012
Lufthansa as not been mentioned. Lufthansa serves free & unlimited booze in Economy unlike American Airlines, which although mentioned in this article, does not serve free booze in Economy.
12:05 AM on 07/17/2012
Alitalia also serves free alcohol on their flights.
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Qué Será, Será
06:51 AM on 07/17/2012
Never flown Alitalia .. how's the service?
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dreampanda
super kawaii
04:42 AM on 07/17/2012
Yeahhh Lufthansa is great about that I give them credit
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bi-partizan
citizen with integrity
07:06 PM on 07/16/2012
You have also forgot many more carriers...with proper bar servoce wothout a fee Economy or Business does not matter.....Do your research properly.....Khadeeja (or HATIJE)
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manelady
Being Progressive means moving forward
05:34 PM on 07/16/2012
You forgot Lufthansa - a very civilized airline with real cutlery, real food and free drinks.
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Qué Será, Será
08:21 PM on 07/16/2012
And another confusing thing is American Airlines. American Airlines does not serve free booze, atleast in Economy, unlike Lufthansa, which serves unlimited booze
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Waltfl
Μακάριοι οἱ εἰρηνοποιοί
11:17 PM on 07/16/2012
Lufthansa International is indeed civilized and serves free alc. Domestic it costs Euros, and flight attendants ... well ...

Dunno if anybody still remembers Dyanne Thorne and the old "Ilsa" movies. That's how the Lufthansa flight attendants in Germany come across...
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averagezoe
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04:59 PM on 07/16/2012
When I go visit family in Europe, I only fly on airlines that serve free drinks. I am absolutely terrified of flying and, without alcohol, would probably start freaking out and have a heart attack. Since I need the booze so desperately, I'd gladly pay for it, but it's nice to get it free.
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04:08 PM on 07/16/2012
What a BS article. "Free booze" is standard outside of the US, except on no-frills airlines like RyanAir where you pay for everything, not just booze. RyanAir wanted to charge you a quid for using to loo, but backed off that.
Of course non-US carriers only serve "booze" on international flights, because thanks to the US concept of "free market", non-US carriers are only allowed to fly international routes.
This is not about "booze", but service. US carriers are surviving only thanks to the US government's protection. US carriers' service is so dismally lousy that they would would not last the day if the market were opened up to true free market competition.
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dreampanda
super kawaii
04:43 AM on 07/17/2012
what a great day that would be for all of us who have to travel by air