Ryanair inflight meals are not included in the price of your ticket. Ryanair offers a buy on board menu that changes a few times each year, plus you can pre-order a range of hot and cold meals for your upcoming flight. The Ryanair inflight menu offers real ground Lavazza coffee inflight, fantastic new vegan plant-based food options, as well as clean, healthy eating options.

Meal deals are very reasonable and include options like:

€9 option consists of a hot drink, sandwich and a choice from the €2 chocolate bar section.

€10 option consists of a non-alcoholic drink, a main meal and a snack.

€12 option you can swap the non-alcoholic beverage for a wine or beer!

Meal options will vary depending on where you are flying to and from and subject to local suppliers. However, you’ll find plenty of hot snacks, sandwiches, hot or cold breakfast options, snack boxes and more. Some of the products available on board include protein bars from Fulfil, Dr Coy’s Nutritional chocolate bar, smoked almonds, 7up sugar-free, Vegan lasagna that’s gluten-free with roasted vegetables and a soy béchamel sauce and a Barilla Maccheroni all Bolognese option.

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A hot pre-order Irish/English breakfast option is available for €10 on flights departing from Dublin airport before 07:00 am and before 08:00 am on flights departing from Birmingham, Bournemouth, East Midlands, Glasgow Prestwick, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, London Stansted, Cork, Shannon, Belfast, Baden-Baden, Berlin Schönefeld, Bremen, Cologne, Dortmund, Dusseldorf Weeze, Frankfurt International, Hamburg, Leipzig, Memmingen and Stuttgart.

The Ryanair hot Irish/English breakfast includes Sausages, bacon, tomato, white pudding, hash brown, brown bread, butter, orange juice and a Lavazza coffee.

You can pre-order your meal on Ryanair during check-in up to 48 hours before departure here.


For the Summer Inflight Menu go to page 33 right here.

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