Adria airways meals are not included in the price of economy class tickets however business class customers still receive free meals and drinks. The airline recently introduced a buy on board menu for economy class customers on flights within Europe. Payment is by cash in either Euro, Pounds, Swiss Francs or US Dollars, and Mastercard, Visa, Amex, Diners and Karanta cards.

You can view the menu below by clicking on the inflight menu.


Passengers travelling in economy class must pay for drinks and snacks. Passengers can purchase a range of free trade hot drinks as well as sandwiches, snacks and the traditional Slovenian Potica cake. To view the Adria Airways SkyShop go here.


Business class customers can still enjoy free food and drinks as well passengers can pre-order a special meal from a select range of options below. To book your special meal contact reservations or your travel agent.


Special meals are available only for Business Class customers and must be ordered at least 48 hours prior to departure.

You can order the following meals:

Asian Vegetarian Meal, Baby/Infant Meal, Bland Meal, Child Meal (ages 2 to 12), Diabetic Meal, Fruit Plate (fresh seasonal fruit), Gluten-Free Meal, Hindu Meal (no beef), Kosher Meal, Low Calorie meal, Low Cholesterol/Low Fat Meal, Low Sodium/Low Salt Meal, Muslim Meal (no pork, no game), Non-Lactose Meal, Raw Vegetarian Meal, Sea Food Meal,  Special meal not covered by existing code, Ovo-Lacto Vegetarian Meal, Vegetarian Non-Dairy/Egg (Vegan) Meal.


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