Iberia meals may or may not be included in the price of your ticket. For all long haul services to/from Spain, meals are included for economy class passengers. Within Europe, Iberia may or may not include meals in the price of your ticket. Please note! If flying on select Iberia flight numbers which are in fact for the new airline called Level which started in June 2017, please go to this page to find out more information about these meals!


Meals are free on flights longer than 4 hours and you will receive breakfast, lunch and/or dinner according to the time of your flight (except on Paris-Tenerife as it’s a paid meal service).


Paid meals on European flights under 3:55mins. Passengers can purchase meals and snacks from the menu such as fresh fruit or all-bran cake as well as Spanish tapas. This paid inflight service affects domestic, European and North Africa routes, except flights to Dakar, Lagos, Malabo, Moscow and Tel Aviv.


Iberia special meals can be booked by anyone travelling in business class except on domestic flights under 90mins. For economy class, you can request a special meal on flights that are over 4.5 hours in duration. Special meals require 24 hours to order with Kosher meals requiring 48 hours notice.

Meals available include, Asian vegetarian meal, Oriental vegetarian meal, Raw vegetarian meal, Strict vegetarian meal, Low-calorie meal, Bland diet, No lactose meal, Low-fat meal, Low-sodium meal, Diabetic, Gluten Free, Baby meal, Kids’ meal, Kosher meal, Islamic meal, Non-vegetarian Indian meal, Jain vegetarian meal, Fruit platter and Seafood meal.

For special meals information check here.


On long-haul routes Iberia works with famed chefs Dani García, Paco Roncero, Toño Pérez and Ramón Freixa in order to order Iberia business class customers an exclusive experience of flavors. Meals are matched carefully with Spanish wines.


For additional information on Iberia Express inflight menu choices please 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 and 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 plus many major news outlets across the globe, and has become the 'go to' person when someone needs an opinion about airline meals.