#MileHighCrisp? Aer Lingus are delighting taste buds with crisp sandwiches on board
Published 13/06/2015 | 15:55
Airline Aer Lingus are offering a traditional Irish delicacy on board their flights - the humble Tayto crisp sambo.
Aer Lingus made the announcement on their Twitter, causing fans to descend into a tizzy.
Complete with a pat of Kerrygold butter, the airline have began serving "crisp sandwich packs" to customers.
"They're selling extremely well," a representative claimed on Twitter.
Proper airplane grub, crisp sambo pack n a little vino #tayto#aerlingus pic.twitter.com/1xyNB9FIre— martin dunbar (@martin_dunbar) June 12, 2015
The offer is only available on European flights, and costs €4.