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Vintage Photos From the Scandinavian Airlines’ Archive Capture The Glamorous Past Of Airline Food

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When they weren’t gorging on caviar and lobster, first-class fliers in the ’70s snacked on huge fruit platters — including a whole pineapple — served in a spacious lounge area.

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Moving into the 1980s, airline dining became a little less glamourous, as passengers ate out of trays that look more like the ones modern fliers are used to.

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At least there were cocktails, though.

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