The Norwegian air food menu will vary depending on if you’re flying from the UK, Europe or on Long Haul services. Generally, meals are not included in the price of economy class passenger tickets. However, passengers flying in premium economy will enjoy free meals and beer/wine. In Europe, the airline offers a buy on board inflight menu while for the long haul flights passengers can pre-order meals.

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On European flights, Norwegian offers its Sky Menu buy on board service. There are plenty of combo options and fresh food options to choose from including sandwiches, sweet and salty snacks. There are various inflight menus depending on where you will be flying to and from, below you will find the Norway version of the inflight menu.


You can pre-order a hot meal on board flights between Stockholm and Alicante, Cyprus-Larnaca and Malaga (8 EUR per person, each way). A child meal is also available. Drinks are not included — Pre-Order up to 72 hours before departure.

If you are travelling on a connecting flight to an international long-haul destination and you’ve purchased a LowFare+, Flex, Premium or PremiumFlex ticket, your meal will also be included.


Long haul flights are classified as flights to/from U.S, Canada, Thailand, Argentina, Singapore and Caribbean (excluding flights between U.S/Canada and the Caribbean).

They offer two menus on Long Haul Services. The Nice & Tasty Menu for passengers in the main economy class cabin and Premium Menu for passengers in the premium class cabin. Generally, pre-order meals start from around €35.00 for two meals on a long haul service onboard the Boeing 787. It’s best to pre-order at the time of booking, or you can always add it later on.

Pre-order meals will include:

First service

A cold pasta/salad starter.
For the main course, you’ll get either a meat or fish dish with vegetables and potatoes or rice.
Coffee/tea is served after the meal.

Second service

A snack bag which includes a sandwich, a sweet or savoury treat and a juice box

Pre-order meal options must be ordered at least 72 hours before departure. If not, passengers can purchase from the snack bar on board which offers a range of cold food options.

Passengers who have pre-ordered meals on long-haul services will be served first. Check out the options right here.




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