Travel News September 03, 2018
The 4 Best American Airlines For Thirsty Travelers
For some people, traveling is easy – whether it’s because they’re frequently hopping on planes for work or genuinely love to visit new places. But not all of us take getting on a plane so lightly. In fact, some of us might be in need of some liquid encouragement by the time we settle into our seats. If you have a feeling that you’re going to be a bit thirsty on your next flight, then you’ll want to book your trip with one of these U.S. carriers!
Flying with Alaskan Airlines means you’ll get a taste of the West Coast as you’re making your way through the air. On this carrier, you’ll find that they offer a variety of wines from Walla Walla, Washington that will put you at ease during your flight. Alaskan Airlines also features a long list of premium spirits like Crater Lake Hazelnut Espresso Vodka, Woodford Reserve Bourbon, and plenty of craft beers. For most flights, you’ll find that drinks cost between $7.50 and $8.50 - with wines being the more pricey options on the menu.
Fear not thirsty travelers, you’ll never have to feel parched on a Hawaiian Airlines flight! For Business and First Class passengers, drinks are free. All other passengers can score amazing drinks for about $8 each. The airline offers pre-bottled cocktails that are the creation of Hawaiian Airlines teaming up with drink maker On The Rocks. You can order a Li Hing Vodka Gimlet, Lychee Vodka Martini or a Mai Tai. Tasty! Another perk? They even have non-bottled Koloa Rum Mai Tai from Kaua’i.
After you get settled into your seat that you’ve chosen through Southwest Airlines’ open-seating setup, you can open up the drink menu to bring a smile to your face. For roughly $7 or less, you can get affordable drinks with name-brand liquors while flying through the air. From mimosas and whiskey sours to margaritas and rum and cokes, you’ll feel satisfied. Did we also mention that they give out free cocktails on Halloween? Count me in.
Another airline thirsty travelers will love flying with, United Airlines offers free wine and beer to anyone in Coach on Transatlantic flights! Even if you happen to be flying on one of their flights where their drinks aren’t complimentary, you’ll be happy to see the delicious variety of beer available.
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