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Tuesday, 7 August 2007

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McAir Burgers!

Friendly Skies News - Today McDonalds announced that they have struck a deal to begin serving their full menu on United Airlines and American Airlines. The news is a bit of a shock since both airlines have been cutting back severely on perks, such as landing in destination cities and being on time, etc., etc.

"We only went with the plan when they agreed to provide Ronald McDonald servers to prepare and serve the food," said a UA spokesperson, "Of course they will have to undergo safety training and learn how to be rude, but we have very good programs for that."

Passengers will have to pay regular McDonalds prices plus about 20% for Homeland Security and 10% for each pound gained during the flight, which will require they weigh in as they board the aircraft and weigh-out as they leave.

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