SAS inflight meals are not included in the price of specific economy class tickets for flights within Scandinavia and Europe as well as domestic Nordic and Swedish flights. Long haul services include meals and tea and coffee is always free on SAS.

SAS also provides a paid snack service on long-haul routes in between meal services for those who are still feeling peckish after their free meals, and a new upgrade meal option for premium economy travellers launched in October 2018.

Passengers travelling on European flights with SAS Go tickets can pre-order breakfast, salads or sandwiches and save 10%, head to the SAS website and manage your booking to order.

Check out the SAS long-haul business class and premium economy class meal review right here!


When purchasing your ticket, you will either have bought a SAS Go ticket which does not include any meals, while SAS Plus ticket holders do receive free meals and snacks. For SAS Go passengers you can purchase your meals or snacks from the onboard cafe which is featured below or also pre-order meals online up to 18 hours before your flight right here.

Note that SAS now offers you the opportunity to pre-order your meals on flights of 80 minutes or longer, these meals are now available for pre-order on over 80,000 flights across Europe.

Payments can be made with EuroBonus points or cash in the following currencies: DKK, NOK, SEK, EUR, USD and GBP.


For those travelling on SAS Plus tickets meals were upgraded in 2017 to include a broader range of meal options, these are part of Nordic by SAS concept. Expect options such as Norwegian fjord salmon, Swedish lamb and Danish veal plus locally grown vegetables from Skags Gård farm.

On flights before 9 am free breakfast is also served to SAS Plus customers, and during the day meal offerings may include warm and cold snacks.

You can view the SAS Plus meal review from Inflight Feed right here.



Is economy class, you will receive a meal but no choice given, and refreshments however you will need to purchase alcohol if you wish to consume it. You can also purchase additional snacks if required. Note that on Tokyo flights an alcoholic beverage is free during the meal service.


Is SAS premium economy class, here you will receive complimentary meals, drinks and snacks, there will be a choice of 2 main meal options, and alcohol is included. You can also upgrade your inflight meal to the SAS Go Premium Set menu these upgrade meals start from EUR19 and include a starter and dessert, as well as a main of your choice, plus two beverages of your choice.


If you’re travelling in SAS Business, you’ll enjoy 3-course dining experience with up to four main meal choices.

You can view the Inflight Feed SAS Business Class review right here.


Passengers travelling to/from the US and Asia and passengers in SAS Plus on European flights (Inc Eilat and Beirut) longer than 80 minutes can pre-order a special meal only. Order your special meal up to 24 hours before departure from a choice of the 12 inflight meal options below.

Special meal service is not available on domestic flights or within the Nordic region.

Asian Vegetarian, Vegan, Vegetarian Lacto Ovo, Hindu, Kosher, Muslim, Gluten Free, Lactose-free, Lactose and Gluten free, Bland, Child and Baby Meal.

To book your special meal contact the airline here.


For the latest inflight menu on SAS go 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; 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, Lifehacker, The New York Times plus many major news outlets across the globe.