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China Airlines is preparing for the post-quarantine period by continuing to adhere to government regulations concerning inflight catering. Since 6 July a one tray hot meal offering will be served on flights of 3 hours or more departing from or arriving at Taipei. Passengers on flights under three hours will receive a sandwich box. Limited inflight beverages will be on offer.
It’s not possible to order many of the special meal options, only the VOML – Vegetarian Oriental Meal is available.
Since 1 August premium cabin guests can pre-order their meals on flights ex Taipei.
Beverages are limited to beer, water and fruit juices; however, on flights to China and Hong Kong, only water is available. This information supersedes all other page information until further notice.


China Airlines economy customers will receive complimentary inflight catering, as well as non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages. Passengers can expect soft drinks, juices, teas, spirits, basic wines, Taiwanese or Heineken beer.

Meals in economy class will include a starter, some fruit, dessert and a choice of two hot meal options.


Premium economy passengers on China Airlines can expect pre-departure drinks, printed inflight menus, and larger entree portions than economy class.

Main meals will offer two hot meal choices normally served with a fresh salad, fruit and dessert.


Special meals on China Airlines include the following items that must be ordered at least 24 hours before departure; there are 20 to choose from:

Hindu, Indian Vegetarian Meal, Baby Meal, Bland Meal, Child Meal, Diabetic Meal, Fruit Platter Meal, Gluten-Free Meal, Kosher Meal, Low-Calorie Meal, Low Fat Meal, Low Salt Meal, Halal Meal, No Beef Meal, Low Lactose Meal, Raw Vegetarian Meal, Seafood Meal, Vegetarian Vegan Meal, Vegetarian Meal, Vegetarian Oriental Meal.

To book your special meal on China Airlines manage your booking right here.

If you need to contact the airline, you can do so here.


China airlines meal options in the past have included collaborations with Michelin star chefs such as Albert Tse who has designed and created inflight meals for premium cabin passengers.

In the summer of 2018, the airline partnered with a well-known Italian gelato brand for the first time to offer a range of classic low-fat gelato as a dessert in all classes on European routes. The airline has introduced a trayless meal service on shorter routes as part of its corporate responsibility plan.

Business-class passengers can pre-order their meals no earlier than 21 days before and no later than 24 hours before your scheduled flight.

This service is not available to the following airport: South-East Asia Kalibo (KLO), Koror (ROR), China Dailian (DLC), Fuzhou (FOC), Haikou (HAK), Hefei (HFE), Nanchang (KHN), Meixian (MXZ), Ningbo (NGB), Sanya (SYX), Weihai (WEH), Wenzhou (WNZ), Wuxi (WUX), Xuzhou (XUZ), Yancheng (YNZ) and Yangzhou Taizhou (YTY).

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