Looks like you won't be having anything extra for your dinner on Alaska Airlines anymore.
The airline has stated it will remove its prayer cards from its flights starting February 1st.
Alaska Airlines has given the cards to passengers since the 70s.
They stopped giving them to coach passengers in 2006.
Alaska Air Group CEO Bill Ayer and Alaska Airlines President Brad Tilden said the following on the new policy:
Some of you enjoy the cards and associate them with our service. At the same time, we've heard from many of you who believe religion is inappropriate on an airplane
Some passengers believed the prayer cards inspired unnecessary fear.
Starbucks co-founder Gordon Bowker said the cards made him believe the flight crews thought "something bad was going to happen."
He stated "if they're worried, then I'm worried."
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