Pilots and co-pilots' Strange Eating Rule

Though dining in the sky has a wonderful view, the food is usually bad. Airplane food's reputation isn't all the chef's fault—dry, bland,

reheated tin trays and plastic-wrapped pouches don't exactly scream haute dining.

According to Vox, humans lose 30% of their "taste for salt" high heights. Salt and flavour enhancers are added to food to compensate,

which dehydrates passengers. On long flights, crew and pilots must eat too.

Long-haul pilots eat, but their co-pilots are in charge. Pilots can bring their own food or choose from a different menu than the crew and passengers

Flight attendants and pilots eat distinct meals, and pilots and co-pilots must order separately. It's for safety, not hierarchy.

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