Air Serbia meals are no longer complimentary, however, the airline will offer a water and snack complimentary service on all flights. The new Elevate Deli and Bar service allow passengers to purchase items on trips up to 3 hours in length, with payments in cash with Serbian dinars or Euros or with Mastercard, Visa and American Express.

The Elevate program will offer:

Sweet and savoury snacks.
Fresh meals and desserts- Only on flights of 80 mins or longer.
Drinks including wine, beer, spirits, non-alcoholic beverages, coffee, tea.

You can check out the Inflight Feed review of Air Serbia economy long-haul flights right here.

SPECIAL MEALS

Should be ordered no later than 24 hours before departure. Note that special meals are only available on Belgrade to New York flights only. Granted the airline does offer an excellent selection of special meals.

Hindu meal (non vegetarian), Orthodox Christian Lenten Meal prepared with oil, Vegetarian Jain meal, Orthodox Christian Lenten Meal prepared with water, Halal meal, Orthodox Christian Lenten Meal containing fish, Kosher Meal, Asian vegetarian meal, Lacto-ovo vegetarian meal, Vegetarian meal, Low fat/ Low cholesterol meal, Low calorie meal, Diabetic meal, Bland meal, Non-lactose meal, Gluten-free meal, Seafood meal, Raw vegetable meal, No fish meal, Meal without salt, Fruit platter, Child meal, Baby meal.

Contact the airline here to book your special meal.

Check here for additional special meals information.

BUY ON BOARD MENU

Meals are not included in short/medium haul flights of Air Serbia in economy class. Instead, you can purchase items from the Inflight Menu.

Click here to view all the menus.

 

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