Middle East Airline meals options are selected from Lebanese and European cuisine and will vary depending on your flight route and time. All meals served onboard are Halal Certified. Passengers can pre-order a cake or champagne for a fee. On morning flights the airline will serve brunch consisting of fresh juice, viennoiseries, and the main course, followed by fresh fruits. Knafeh ( a Lebanese speciality) is almost always served on all flights ex Beirut.

If you are flying back from Europe or African destinations, you will be served lunch and dinner: a combination of European hors-d’oeuvres, a choice of the main course, fresh salad and a variety of desserts. On Gulf routes, meals served will feature Lebanese hors-d’oeuvres, fresh salad, a choice of main course and a dessert.

For further information on what may be on the menu click here.


Special meals require a minimum of 24 hours notice, and the following meals are available to pre-order:

Asian Vegetarian Meal, Infant/Baby Food, Child Meal, Diabetic Meal, Low-Calorie Meal, Low Fat Meal, Low sodium Meal, No salt added,
Low Lactose Meal, Oriental Meal, Seafood Meal, Vegetarian Meal (non-dairy), Fruit Plate Meal

Please note that the Seafood meal is not provided on early flights when brunch is served.

To book your special meals, please contact the airline’s reservation department here.

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