Because the airlines need every possible
cent of profit during their current cash squeeze, and because the
two-drink limit on domestic flights was hard to enforce, that
prohibition has been quietly dropped. Now an air traveler can order as
many drinks as he wants, within reason. On each $1.50 drink of roughly
li oz., the lines make about $1 in profit.
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