The inclusion of Aer Lingus meals in the price of your ticket will depend on where you are flying to. All long-haul customers still receive complimentary inflight meals and snacks, while passengers flying around Europe will generally pay for their inflight meals.


Aer Lingus inflight meals on short-haul European sectors can be purchased from the Bia menu. You can purchase items such as the chicken and stuffing sandwich, raspberry muffin, fresh fruit salad, a cheese board, and many other sandwich combinations.


The Bia pre-order menu is available on long-haul flights allowing passengers to upgrade their inflight meal to a 3-course meal that has been designed by the airlines Executive Chefs. The meal options include Salmon, Roast Chicken or Steak which are all served with tea or coffee plus a choice of red or white wine. For further information on these meals, please go here.


Can only be ordered for International long-haul services only at least 24 hours before departure and include:

Kids Meals, Diabetic Meals, Gluten Free Meals, Kosher Meals (needs 48hours), Low Fat Meal, Low Lactose Meal, Low Salt, Moslem Meal, Vegetarian Lacto-Ovoo Ovo Meal and Vegetarian Vegan Meal.

You can contact the airline here regarding your special meals.


Complimentary meals are still served on all transatlantic flights in economy class service includes a bar service, hot meal service with tea & coffee and additional second snack service.


The Business Class meal service on Aer Lingus flights ex Ireland will usually consist of a pre-departure champagne service, bar service and hot canapes, a meal service, dessert and cheese service and a further second meal service snack.


Click on the menu below to view the entire Aer Lingus buy on board range.

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