Beginning In March And Throughout The Rest Of This Year, The Company Will: Upgrade Premium-cabin Meal Service On United Express Flights, Replacing Snack Boxes With Freshly Prepared Food Served On Chinaware On Flights Of At Least 800 Miles- Or As Short As Two Hours And 20 Minutes- And Offering A Selection Of Premium Packaged Snacks On Flights Less Than 800 Miles; Significantly Enhance United Economy Meals And Beverages On Long-haul International Flights, Including Adding Multi-course Meal Service; Refresh Its Choice Menu Bistro On Board Selection, Which Offers Fresh Food For Sale In United Economy On Most Flights Scheduled For More Than Three-and-a-half Hours Within North America, To Central And Northern South America And Between Honolulu And Guam; And Launch New Premium-cabin Menu Choices On Its P.s.

...as found by BBC low cost airlines Monitoring 6 February 2017 LinkedIn Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption App users can hold up their smartphone or tablet to see what was there before August 1945 A new app will show tourists in Hiroshima how the city looked before it was devastated by an atomic bomb during World War Two. The app will take users on "peace trail" to some of the city's landmarks, revealing what stood at each site before and after the US dropped the "Little Boy" bomb in 1945, The Mainichi newspaper reports. It's due to be available by 6 August, when Hiroshima will mark the 72nd anniversary of the bombing. The municipal government is investing 9.5m yen ($85,000; 68,000) to develop the app and improve wifi along the route as part of its "peace tourism" drive, the report says. An official tells the paper that the city government wants people to "deeply learn the realities of the damage caused by the atomic bombing", and it's keen to encourage tourists to stay longer than the day trip that many make. The city of Nagasaki, bombed three days after Hiroshima, is also using technology to educate people about the devastation wrought by the atomic bomb. Last year, a virtual reality project allowed primary school children to experience what the city was like in the aftermath of the "Fat Man" device exploding over the city, complete with the sounds of stepping on rubble and wind blowing through the ruins. Image copyright Wikimedia Image caption Hiroshima's Industrial Promotion Hall - seen here in the 1920s or 1930s - became known as the Atomic Bomb Dome

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In-flight Dining Investments United will continue to make investments in its customers' in-flight dining. Beginning in March and throughout the rest of this year, the company will: Upgrade premium-cabin meal service on United Express flights, replacing snack boxes with freshly prepared food served on chinaware on flights of at least 800 miles- or as short as two hours and 20 minutes- and offering a selection of premium packaged snacks on flights less than 800 miles; Significantly enhance United Economy meals and beverages on long-haul international flights, including adding multi-course meal service; Refresh its Choice Menu Bistro on Board selection, which offers fresh food for sale in United Economy on most flights scheduled for more than three-and-a-half hours within North America, to Central and northern South America and between Honolulu and Guam; and Launch new premium-cabin menu choices on its p.s. Premium Service between New York JFK and Los Angeles and New York JFK and San Francisco. About United United Airlines and United Express operate an average of 5,055 flights a day to 373 airports across six continents. In 2014, United and United Express operated nearly two million flights carrying 138 million customers. United is proud to have the world's most comprehensive route network, including U.S. mainland hubs in Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. United operates nearly 700 mainline aircraft, and this year, the airline anticipates taking delivery of 34 new Boeing aircraft, including the 787-9 and the 737-900ER. United is also welcoming 49 new Embraer 175 aircraft to United Express. The airline is a founding member of Star Alliance, which provides service to 193 countries via 27 member airlines.

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