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Whether you’re a frequent flier, or have flown at a passenger aircraft once it is in your life, here are five things you need to know about the passenger planes.
But seriously, what’s the deal with airline peanuts?
Southwest Airlines, which discontinued the practice of handing out free peanuts, in August of 2018, it has been recently decided to bring back the “legendary” snacks to customers of its online store, in spite of the seemingly high price, the nuts are already out of stock.
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The carrier announced last week that it and the notes, which are light-cured, and honey-roasted varieties, will be available as part of the new double-sided peanut lunch boxes,” each containing two 10 ounce bags of the south-east of the peanut (one of each variety).
“There would be no of the south-West of peanuts?” the airline wrote on the social media. “We’ve got ’em right here. With the release of the newest item that is available in the Southwest area of the Shop: the peanut box complete with two bags of our legendary Southwest of the tree at any time.
Each box lunch can be purchased for $ 29 at the carrier’s online store, but that didn’t stop fans from gobbling up the inventory right away. In a message posted on the Southwest Airlines online store, it says: “due to popular demand, our peanut tins are currently on back order. We are now accepting pre-orders and is expected to be delivered within 2-3 weeks.”
As a sales representative for the south-west, confirmed to Fox News that the peanuts are back-ordered for three to four weeks, with new stock expected in mid-October.
The nuts come in a two-sided “peanut box” that is now selling for $29.
(In The South-West Of The Shop)
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At the south-west as originally announced plans to discontinue the offering of the pinda back in July, 2018, during which, in a statement that it is in the best interests of the passenger with the allergy.
“In order to ensure the best on-board experience for everyone, particularly for customers with a peanut-related allergies, we have made the difficult decision to stop the serving of peanuts on all flights,” an airline official wrote.
“We hope that our free pretzels (and a beautiful portfolio of from the free drinks on long-haul flights), which is served along with our legendary Southwest Hospitality, it will be you who may be nostalgic, or sad to see the tree’s go,” the spokesman said.
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In the south-west, and in the back of your seed’s, the on-line sale, most likely tapped into some nostalgia for those who remember when the airline was dubbed the “peanut airline” by the carrier of your choice to serve only peanuts on its flights, to maximize cost-effectiveness.
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Jerry Seinfeld, meanwhile, is likely to remain baffled by all of this, the demand for the airline’s peanuts.