Since 15 April the airline has introduced temporary measures to their inflight service on selected routes.
Until 31 December 2020 a meal box concept is in places for business and economy class passengers. To better understand what you will receive inflight click here.
Garuda Indonesia meals for passengers include a wide variety of dishes from Indonesia, Europe and Asia. All meals on Garuda Indonesia are complimentary and are Halal certified.
In economy class on overnight flights within Asia they will usually offer a supper service, then a full breakfast offering before landing.
Garuda Indonesia does not serve alcohol on domestic routes in Indonesia.
Expect to see varied flavours and tastes and possibly including Nasi Kuning (yellow rice) and the Martebe Juice (made of yellow-flesh passion fruit and Dutch eggplant).
Hot meals are available on flights over 60 minutes. The airline aims to give you a taste of Indonesia onboard their aircraft by offering signature food and beverages.
Please note there is no requirement to order a Halal meal as all Garuda Indonesia meals are all prepared in the Halal method.
You can order a special meal at the time of booking or after you have booked your tickets up to 24 hours before departure.
Baby meal, child meal, Muslim, Kosher, Hindu, Oriental, Vegetarian Asian, Vegetarian Non-Dairy, Vegetarian Lacto-Ovo, Vegetarian Raw, Seafood Meal, Fruit Platter, Diabetic Meal, Gluten Free, Bland Meal, Low-Calorie Meal, Low Fat, Low Cholesterol, Low Protein, Low Purine, High Fibre, No Lactose, High Fibre, Low Salt, Vegetarian, Asian Indian Vegetarian, Post Weaning meal, and Infant formula.
Where a hot meal service is offered (over 60 mins) you can order:
Child Meal, Fruit Platter or Vegetarian Vegan.
Passengers on international services will enjoy a choice of three hot meal options inflight consisting of either European or Asian-themed dishes. Services operating to Japan will offer passengers the option to choose from a selection of Japanese themed dishes.
Garuda’s speciality the Kedondong Juice is a popular drink in Indonesia made from the ambarella fruit.
On long haul business class services, you should expect an Amuse-bouche after take-off and drinks service, followed by a selection (two) of starters, and three choices for the main meals.
On shorter flights within Indonesia, there is no meal choice, but hot meals are offered.