Air transat meals are included in the price of your airline ticket on flights to/from Europe whilst flights to southern destinations and USA will offer a buy on board service. For Club Class passengers all meals are included and further information can be read below.

Flights to/from Europe.

Dishes such as: Shanghai noodles, Chicken parmigiana or Beef with red wine sauce are examples of meals served inflight.Note that there will be a choice of three hot dishes, served with a ciabatta bun and couscous salad.

Expect a glass of wine with your meal too.

Flights to/from South Destinations and USA

Buy on board service, see inflight menu below.


Special meals on Air Transat  can be booked during the booking process or by contacting the reservations department. Meals require at least 72 hours notice, not all special meals listed below are available, so it’s best to contact the reservations team.

Diabetic Meal, Gluten Free Meal, Kosher Meal, Hindu, Muslim Meal, Child Meal (Only available on flights to/from Europe), Vegetarian (No Dairy), Vegetarian (Dairy),  Asian Vegetarian, No Lactose,  Low Sodium, Low Cholestrol, Low Far, Low Calorie.




Club Class is offered on Airbus operated flights only. Passengers can expect welcome cocktails, a choice of wines, complimentary beverages and snacks, and, of course, a choice of gourmet meals. On flights departing after 10pm a small snack will be served in order to allow passengers to rest, this will be followed by a breakfast service prior to landing.

For a detailed look at the airlines club class breakfast offerings check here and for further information about inflight menus on Club Class check the detailed inflight menus here.

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Nik travels over 180,000km each year in search of the latest inflight meal options that are gracing the skies. He trains airline staff on inflight technology, sales training, teaches staff to serve, sell and generally make the inflight experience better for all of us! He's also a freelance writer covering inflight meal trends and has written for CNN and has a regular column in leading industry magazines.