Hawaiian Airlines meals are inspired by the island of Hawaii to give you a taste of the islands even before you get there! Meals are complimentary on North America, South Pacific, and Asian routes. Hawaiian airlines is one of the only domestic airlines serving Hawaii to still offer complimentary hot meals at meal times to all Main Cabin guests. Further US Coach passengers will enjoy a wide range of complimentary drinks such as: Juices, Sodas, Tea, Coffee and Water, Alcoholic drinks may be purchased. For the Inflight Feed business class and first class review of Hawaiian Airlines, please check here.


Passengers can rest assured that meals are natural and free of preservatives with environmentally friendly packaging. If you are still hungry after your complimentary meals you can also purchase an array of Hawaiian-inspired premium meals and snacks onboard. Credit cards are the only form of payment accepted for the purchase of additional inflight snacks.


Alcoholic beverages are included in the price of your ticket on Hawaiian Airlines international flights to all destinations expect for Tahiti and America Samoa. Passengers get a selection of complimentary beverages including beer, wine and liquor. You can get an idea of inflight menus right here.


Since October 1 2018 the following special meals can be ordered 48 hours prior to departure: Vegan, Vegetarian and Gluten Free. These are available on all inbound and outbound international flights except Pago Pago and Papeete.

Make sure that you request at least 48 hours prior to departure either through the airlines reservations department, online or through your travel agent.


Kids meals are available on all International flights for kids aged 2-11 years.


For last minute gifts, or snacks from Hawaii check out the Pau Hana cart inflight, for a look at the menu go here.

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