Aeroflot meals are created by Aeromar the airlines inflight catering unit. A choice of breakfast, lunch or dinner will be served on flights operating between 6am and 10pm with snacks served on night flights and flights that have a short flying duration. We are told that one must try the Russian cranberry juice aboard Aeroflot whilst passengers can also look forward to breakfast dishes like Millet porridge with pumpkin and almonds (229 calories), Oat porridge with apple and cinnamon (199 calories) and Acidophilus yoghurt (50 calories).


Aeroflot special meals include the following 15 meals which can be pre-ordered at least 24 hours prior to departure:

Diabetic meals, Lactose free, Low fat/low cholesterol meal, Gluten-Free meals, Low Calorie Meal, Low sodium, Lenten meal, Islamic meal, Hindu meal, Kosher meal, Vegetarian meal, Asian/Vegetarian meal, Fruit Platter, Childrens meal and Baby meal.

For further information on Aeroflot special meals check here.


Passengers can enjoy a wide variety of Russian and European styled meals which are served a la carte. Menus are changed every three months in order to rotate inflight meal choices for First and Business class passengers.

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