10 Airlines That Serve Free Alcohol

 

10 Airlines That Serve Free Alcohol

10 Airlines That Serve Free Alcohol

As airlines nickel-and-dime passengers for everything from leg room to checked luggage, we were surprised to learn that some airlines actually serve free alcoholic beverages onboard — and not just to first class passengers.

Thanks to the website Maphappy, you can find a complete list of airlines that serve complimentary cocktails. Unfortunately, most of them reserve the perk for international travel only.

Whether you’re drinking in-flight or at the airport, make sure to keep it in check. Flight attendants are not allowed to serve booze to anyone that appears drunk, and airlines can use drunkenness as a reason to keep you off your flight. Southwest Airlines recently refused to let a sober passenger back on board after a layover in Houston because she allegedly looked intoxicated, Jezebel reported last week.

Airlines have good reasons to be wary of drunken travelers causing problems. In March, an inebriated passenger got so out of control that the pilot on a Thomson Airways flight was forced to divert the plane for an emergency landing.

So let stories of in-flight erotic dances and the groping of flight attendants be a fair warning to all passengers who plan to drink in the air.

And without further ado, here are 10 popular airlines that serve free booze (Maphappy has the full list):

Airlines That Serve Alcohol On International Flights

1. Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines (Photo MediaWiki: Altair78)

Delta Air Lines (Photo MediaWiki: Altair78)

2. British Airways

British Airways Photo Flickr Pauls imaging)

British Airways Photo Flickr Pauls imaging)

3. Air France

Air France (Photo MediaWiki Sp33dyphi)

Air France (Photo MediaWiki Sp33dyphi)

4. China Airlines

China Airlines (Photo MediaWiki Ellery)

China Airlines (Photo MediaWiki Ellery)

5. KLM

KLM (PhotoMediaWiki Striker1086)

KLM (PhotoMediaWiki Striker1086)

6. Singapore Airlines

Singapore Airlines (PhotoMediaWiki Flickr upload bot)

Singapore Airlines (PhotoMediaWiki Flickr upload bot)

7. Virgin Atlantic Airways

Virgin Atlantic Airways (Photo MediaWiki Sp33dy)

Virgin Atlantic Airways (Photo MediaWiki Sp33dy)

8. Emirates

Emirates (Photo MediaWiki Arpingstone)

Emirates (Photo MediaWiki Arpingstone)

9. Korean Air

Korean Air (Photo MediaWikiTC411-507)

Korean Air (Photo MediaWikiTC411-507)

10. American Airlines

American Airlines (PhotoMediaWiki File Upload Bot (Magnus Manske)

American Airlines (PhotoMediaWiki File Upload Bot (Magnus Manske)

By The Huffington Post

Source: Huffingtonpost



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