I flew to Amsterdam last night (300 photos of me sitting in an airplane seat will be coming any day now — actually, they won’t), and I had a question:
We left at 645 last night. They served dinner at 8pm (or so I guess – I was already Ambiened out). Then at 1am (6am Amsterdam time) they turned on the cabin lights and gave everyone a croissant.
Question: Why do they do that?
Seriously, is there an actual reason why they cut short your pathetic 5 hours of sleep to give you a breakfast?