If the thought of flying during the busy holiday season leaves you feeling stressed, the latest news from United may have something to help calm those anxious nerves.
After the COVID pandemic led United to briefly halt its in-flight boozy beverage service, the airline will once again resume its hard liquor service, joining the beer and wine lineup that’s been on offer since November 2020.
According to USA Today, United Airlines will add miniature bottles of spirits on select domestic, Canadian, and Latin flights beginning November 15. The alcohol service will be on flights of at least 301 miles long and customers will only be allowed to purchase one boozy beverage at a time.
In time for the festive travel season, USA Today reports United will replace its mango-flavored hard seltzer option with a black-cherry flavored White Claw and add a Goose Island Neon Beer Hug IPA in place of the Breckenridge Brewery Juicy Drop Hazy IPA.
Announcing 22 daily flights to London in 2022!— United Airlines (@united) October 28, 2021
1️⃣ Los Angeles
3️⃣ San Francisco
3️⃣ Washington Dulles
7️⃣ New York/Newark
Ok, let's go 🛫🇬🇧 https://t.co/4Jcmk0Kbvr pic.twitter.com/DyphDCY90I
As international travel once again resumes, United just announced they will operate 22 daily flights to London in 2022 and add other new international routes including Chicago to Milan, Newark to the Canary Islands, and Washington Dulles to Jordan.