Author Topic: Passengers on board British Airways #BA252 were served a KFC meal  (Read 6165 times)

Offline KB4TEZ

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I normally try to avoid cross posting, but this was just to good not to share.
I've flown and have had the crew deliver pizzas to us while stuck at a gate,
but KFC for a British Airways, you'd think Fish-n-Chips would have been more
appropiate. :)

 British Airways flight from Nassau in the Bahamas to London-Heathrow had a problem with the original catering load.
Passengers on board British Airways flight BA 252 from Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) to London Heathrow Airport (LHR) on July 23, 2023 were served Kentucky Fried Chicken as inflight meal.

The plane’s catering carts were not properly chilled, so all the food meant for the 12-hour flight to London had to be thrown out.

After the plane landed in Nassau, in the Bahamas, for a stopover, the crew arranged alternative catering – several buckets of chicken from KFC.
Both business class and economy passengers got the same meal – fried chicken.

British Airways flies London Heathrow to Nassau, Bahamas and back every day. Twice a week that flight continues on from Nassau to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos.