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American Airlines resumes in-flight drink service to main cabin, extends booze ban
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American Airlines is rolling out its beverage cart once again to main cabin passengers.
The airline on Tuesday resumed its complimentary refreshments, including canned drinks, juice, water and coffee. However, its alcoholic beverage options are still on ice.
American will not resume selling alcohol through Sept. 13, when the federal mask mandate on public transportation was extended, an American Airlines spokesperson confirmed to FOX Business. The airline suspended alcohol sales in its main cabin in late March 2020 at the height of COVID-19 and was originally slated to reintroduce the service by summer, the company previously announced in a press release.