British airline sells dishes and towels due to pandemic

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Travel & Leisure writes that the British national carrier British Airways is organizing a sale for the first time on items used to serve passengers on board aircraft. This is done to ensure that the company’s customers use them at home and less miss the flight.

So, everyone can buy dishes – cups and saucers designed by William Edwards, plates, oil cans, bread baskets, glasses, dishes. You can also buy towels, bed linen and even carts used by flight attendants to deliver food.

The action will allow the company to reduce losses incurred as a result of the pandemic and clean up the warehouses from surplus. Passengers will also benefit: they can purchase all items at a reduced – sometimes fourfold – price.

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