Should you skip the inflight meal? This airline says it’s the ‘ethical choice’

One airline is urging its customers to skip their inflight meal, calling it an ‘ethical choice’.

Japan Airlines (JAL) has been offering the ‘JAL Ethical Choice Meal Skip Option’ to passengers since 2020, allowing flyers to skip the catering service on certain routes.

The company has now announced the option will be offered on all flight bookings worldwide.

The choice helps the airline cut down on food waste, JAL says.

Should you opt out of inflight meals?

JAL has advised passengers that opting out of the inflight meal is a more sustainable choice as it reduces food waste.

The carrier also suggests skipping lunch or dinner means fewer sleep interruptions.

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