Breaking: United Airlines Replaces Polaris Catering With Wendy’s Biggie Bags

by Anthony Losanno
Wendys Biggie Bag

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United Airlines announced today, April 1st, that it is updating catering for all Polaris flights beginning today. The menus have been replaced by Biggie Bags in an exclusive partnership with Wendy’s.

The Chicago-based carrier has long struggled with providing meals that customers will actually want to eat in its premium Polaris (Business Class) cabin. A new, exclusive partnership with Wendy’s will both streamline service and improve food quality. Passengers will have the choice between a Crispy Chicken BLT Biggie Bag or a Double Stack Biggie Bag. These both include a sandwich, chicken nuggets, and fries. The sundae cart will be replaced by prepackaged Frosty dairy desserts.

United Polaris Menu

Flight attendants will also appreciate this new service as they’ll only need to drop off and pick up bags when finished. This saves time plating and clearing dishes.

Barbie Que, SVP of In-Flight Dining at United Airlines, said:

We listened to our customers constant complaints about food quality and found a solution that will improve quality and keep costs within the $5 budget allotted to each Polaris passenger. Plus, who doesn’t want to dip French fries in their Frosty at 35,000 feet?”

Anthony’s Take: Happy April Fools’ Day! This post is all a joke and was written as parody for April 1st. None of this is true or to be taken as an actual report. Nothing stated here has been stated by United Airlines or Wendy’s. Polaris catering will remain as poor as always.

(Featured Image Credit: Wendy’s.)

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Christian April 1, 2024 - 4:10 pm

Much awesomeness. Thanks.


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