Air India on Sunday said it would provide a wider variety in its in-flight cuisine on the metro sectors, including all types of Indian and continental cuisine in breakfast, lunch/dinner or high tea, on the domestic network, on flights of duration over 90 minutes from April 1.

In January, the airline had decided to offer only pre-packed snacks and not full meals as done earlier on all short-haul economy class flights.

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