The UK-based airline with the cheapest snacks and alcohol on board has been revealed.
Travel experts at Radical Storage reviewed more than 150 of the world’s largest airlines and how much they charge for snacks and drinks.
After comparing a selection of Pringles crisps, Coca-Cola and a single beer, it emerged that London Luton-based TUI Airways had the cheapest snacks in Europe.
Passengers would pay £1.63 for Pringles, £1.74 for Coca-Cola and £4.12 for a beer.
TUI came in just behind Malaysia-based Air Asia, which took the win for cheapest snacks and drinks options overall.
Air Asia passengers can get a can of Pringles for £1.40, Coca-Cola for £1.12 and a beer for £2.30.
British airline Jet2 was roughly in the middle of the table: Pringles was £2.17, Coca-Cola was £2.49 and a beer was £5.10.
While TUI offers cheap meals, another British airline has promised to make economy class passengers “feel like they make a million dollars” when it launches its services next year.
Global Airlines has acquired four Airbus A380s and plans to begin flights between London and America in spring 2024.
Although the airline promises low costs, it also aims to provide better service than its competitors, according to the entrepreneur who founded the company.
James Asquith, 34, has promised passengers a “return to the golden age of flying”, claiming there will be better food and drink and an overall more luxurious experience.
He said the times: “People are tired of the service they receive from the current airlines. We will be better.”
The airline’s more elegant offering includes Laurent Perrier champagne, also for economy flyers.