AirBaltic airline meals are not included in the price of economy class tickets. However, the airline has one of the most extensive ranges of pre-order inflight meals for economy class passengers, with over 70 different options to choose from. Economy class passengers can pre-order meals online, through the airlines call centre (24 hours prior) and even up to 1 hour before your flight when using online check-in!

For our business class experience on Air Baltic click here and here.

PRE-ORDER MEALS

Available on all Air Baltic operated flights, however, if you book through the call centre meals to/from Riga can only be ordered. Hot meals are available on flights lasting more than one hour and 30 minutes. On other flights, only cold meal options can be pre-ordered.

By ordering your food before the flight, you save money, order what you like, guarantee your food availability and be one of the first served. The snack selection onboard includes sandwiches, cheese platters and snacks. For further information go here.

SPECIAL MEALS

Economy class passengers on Air Baltic may pre-order a special meal for health/dietary reasons at a cost; business class passengers may receive special pre-order meals for free.

ECONOMY CLASS

Hindu Meal, Kosher Meal, Muslim Meal, Orthodox Fasting Meal, Raw Vegetarian Meal, Vegan, Vegetarian.

BUSINESS CLASS

Asian Vegetarian meal, Vegetarian Raw meal, Vegetarian Vegan meal, Vegetarian Lacto, Kosher meal, Baby meal, Child meal, Bland meal, Diabetic meal, Gluten-free meal, Low-calorie meal, Low-fat meal, Low lactose meal, Special meal, Seafood meal and a Fruit plate.

BUY ON BOARD MENU FOR ECONOMY CLASS INFLIGHT

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About The Author

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Nik has been running Inflight Feed since 2012, and since then he's taken well over 500 flights for work and pleasure. He documents his inflight meal experiences right here; he's also a freelance writer covering inflight meal trends, he has written for CNN and has regular columns in leading industry magazines. He's been featured in Vogue, QZ, Lifehacker, The New York Times plus many major news outlets across the globe.