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In an attempt to give coach passengers a taste of what it’s like to sit in those expensive roomy seats up front, U.S. Air offers a new dining gimmick. It’s called a premium meal option, which means for $19.99 more you can get airline food that’s actually edible.

With the fancy name of DineFresh, it means the cabin crew will unfreeze a meal that may actually seem to be made by a flying chef laboring with unfrozen ingredients. Sorta brings back the good old days when airline meals were simply included in your fare.

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