Taste9.2
Quality9.1
Appearance9.3
Quantity8.9
Service9.2
9.1Overall Score

Be prepared to be dazzled by these amazing inflight meals that I recently ate on Austrian based airline FlyNiki. FlyNiki, a subsidiary of Air Berlin, commenced operations back in 2003 when Niki Lauda acquired Aero Lloyd, today Niki no longer operates.  The airline shut down in 2017.

THE MEALS

For our flight from Vienna to Rome, we pre-ordered two meals from the range that FlyNiki offers with each meal costing €14.00. Before takeoff, a member of the cabin crew team re-confirmed our pre-order meal choices and advised that the meals will be served right after take off.

Like clockwork our meals were delivered by the cabin crew to our seat and included:

Viennese chicken schnitzel with parsley potatoes, a fresh salad with balsamic, olive oil dressing and a mousse au chocolate.

flyniki chicken pre order meals

An Italian antipasti platter consisting of Prosciutto di Parma with tomato-mozzarella, grilled Mediterranean vegetables, salad and tiramisu.

fly niki airline meals

THE TASTE!

The chicken schnitzel was served piping hot, crumbed to perfection and the breast was moist and tender. I didn’t want to eat the whole schnitzel as I had to sample the antipasti platter,  the platter of prosciutto, mozzarella and grilled vegetables was fresh and delectable, as though the cabin crew had just prepared it in the galley. The chocolate mousse was smooth, creamy and not too sweet while the tiramisu was just exceptional.

WHAT DID EVERYONE ELSE GET?

As mentioned earlier the airline will still give you something to eat which is a rarity inflight these days. Most passengers will receive fresh, high-quality sandwiches, sometimes with a choice!

fly niki meals

About The Author

Founder of Inflight Feed

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.