Eurowings (Formerly Germanwings) meals are included in some ticket prices. Note that the airline accepts only Visa and Mastercard and the minimum spend on credit cards is €5.00. Buy on board menus are different for short/medium haul flights vs long haul. Generally, meals are included if you did not purchase a BASIC fare type, see below.

The latest trend from Eurowings is to offer a range of great German-based food products created by new startups in the country. Look out for these items on the inflight menu on your next flight.


If you have booked a BIZclass fare a la carte dining is included for you. As a SMART fare customer, you will receive a sweet or savory snack, 0.2 L of still water and, on request, another beverage of your choice. For passengers who have purchased a BASIC fare you can make purchases from the Wings Bistro shop, which you can view further below! (Just click on the picture below to view the entire menu)


For long-haul flights Eurowings offers four fare types:

BIZclass – Business Class

BEST –       Premium Economy

SMART –   Economy 

BASIC –     Basic Economy

BIZclass will include a selection of welcome drinks, a choice of two entree starters and for main meal options a choice of a vegetarian, fish or meat main course.

BEST/SMART will include two meal services, generally one hot meal service and cold meal service.

BASIC as the name states, no meals included! But you can purchase a range of great meal options from the airlines long haul menu by checking this link here. Pre-order meals on Eurowings are available at the time of booking.



For the latest inflight menu for Eurowings Short/Medium Haul flights check here.

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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.