Most people know that there are places to find out about your flight’s route, airports, on-time percentage, or even your individual airplane seat.
But now there are resources that can help you figure out if the food served onboard is going to be edible.
While many airlines no longer serve food — or at least, not for free — there are now some websites that can help you find out about the food on most airlines, before you even buy your ticket.
For an insider look at airline food, visit AirlineMeals.net.
This site offers thousands of photos of in-flight meals, submitted by its users on actual flights, as well as behind the scenes shots of the airline meals’ cooking process.
And if you’re trying to watch your figure, take a look at LowCarbLuxury.com, which explains which airlines offer low-carb, kosher, low-calorie, and low-cholesterol options.
Check out our new Travel Health & Fitness section!