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Hardly a budget deal: How inflight food and drink can cost you 400% MORE than your local supermarket

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From levies on cabin baggage to billing for printed boarding passes, it seems there's little that budget airlines won't charge for. Now a new survey has revealed that airlines are charging up to seven times more for food and drink than your local supermarket. Among the overpriced products highlighted were a 330ml bottle of water that cost 22p in a supermarket but £1.80 on a Jet2.com aircraft while a bar of chocolate priced at 25p on the high street totted up to £1.20 on an EasyJet flight. (www.dailymail.co.uk) More...

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