There’s not always a happy ending when you’re feeling hungry and have no idea where to eat. Put yourself in an unknown airport and it could become a bone of contention.
You might think the options to eat at a holiday destination airport like Alicante tend to be stuck between grabbing a pre-packed sandwich or a greasy fast food meal.
Add inflated airport prices to the equation and maybe having to feed your family, then suddenly eating at the airport might not be such an option to relish.
If you try to avoid it altogether by enduring until your destination, you may fall prey to the temptations of the flight attendants en-route and pay an even higher price for what is all too often gone too quickly.
Those with large families or on a budget may find the best option is to bring a pack lunch with snacks, yum! Possibly you can still to treat the family with a coffee or soft drink in a comfortable cafeteria.
It’s quiet legal to bring a pack lunch in your hand luggage and take it with you through security onto the aeroplane (minus liquid containers greater than 100ml). Bear in mind some airlines are against certain sandwich fillings, such as egg for example.