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Is it safe? Well, it's certainly not safe enough for me to send my credit card details over this site. Here's why: Website is not encrypted and does not allow encryption: It does not matter that the flight selection site (https://booking.sita.aero/itd/itd/Air) is encrypted, you will afterwards be redirected again to a page for the credit card payment ...


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A few planes didn't have warming stoves or on the off chance that they did, they were stuck loaded with the dinner embeds that should have been warmed for the feast to be served inflight. Which implies there was no capacity to do as such. Likewise, if the flight is just so long, full with drink administration to do, at that point supper, at that point bar ...


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A cabin crewmember here. The answer is: No, it is NOT allowed! For various reasons, including: Security: We do not know what are you heating, is it a heat-activated bomb? is it something that might make a lot of smoke? etc. Health: We cannot contaminate the ovens, we know the source of the food that is provided by the airlines, we do not know the source of ...


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They are unable to do so. Most aircraft don't even have microwave ovens. Not least, because of potential effects on avionics and sensors, not to mention power surge issues. What they use for hot meal service is elaborate ovens made to heat many meals at once, provided they are packaged a particular way from the food supplier. The oven doesn't lend itself to ...


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Cold food, such as a salad or cold sandwich, is likely to be easiest to bring on a plane. Reheating something, e.g. a burger, is very unlikely. However, there is one way you can got hot food without asking the attendant for anything special. Pick instant soup, oatmeal, or indeed ramen, that can be prepared by adding hot, not necessarily boiling, water and ...


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British Airways will heat up milk for babies for you. You can certainly ask, but considering airlines are even reluctant to heat up the food they're serving to you, it would be a hard sell to ask them to heat up your personal food. Bring a salad or just wait until you land.


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It sounds like you did two things in the same process - created an account and made a purchase under one identity, but... for a booking under a different identity This is perfectly acceptable for most airlines - one account can make a booking that another person will be flying, or in other words the account holder isn't restricted to only making bookings ...


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