American Eagle sells food after survey

American Eagle Airlines is providing customers with a new snack box option for purchase, based on the results of recent customer feedback.

“American Eagle has listened to our customers and conducted a number of product tests to determine what they value,” said Jon Snook, Senior Vice President - Customer Service.

“These new products directly reflect what we heard from our customers and we believe they will enjoy the options we’ll provide.”

Eagle has updated its snack box items based on customer survey data, and will be going to one box regardless of time of day.

The items reflect customer preference for healthier snacks. The snack box will continue to sell for $3.


This new box will contain a Quaker Fruit and Oatmeal Apple Crisp Bar, a box of Sun Maid Raisins, Jacob’s Crackers, Le Petit Fromage Cheese Spread and a 4-pack of Lorna Doone Shortbread Cookies.

Eagle also conducted a test in California in which it sold cans of soda and juice for $1, and has opted to discontinue those sales at this time. Sales of cashews and pillow-and-blanket sets are being evaluated for further distribution, based on positive feedback from customers.