Spicejet is a low-cost airline based in India, that means that passengers can purchase food from the onboard menu or pre-order a meal from the online assortment before your flight. SpiceJet Max passengers will receive complimentary meals and be seated at the front of the economy class cabin. There are also special meals available for pre-order.

To take a closer look at what you will be served inflight check out the Inflight Feed review right here. 


Celebration Cake, Diabetic Vegetarian Meal, Diabetic Non-Veg, Jain Hot Meal, Jain Sandwich, Gluten-Free Veg Meal, Gluten Free Non-Veg meal, Gluten Free Dhokla, Low-Calorie Vegetarian Salad, Kids Meal, Fruit Platter.

The kids’ meal includes a vegetarian mini burger, a fruit juice, a chocolate bar and a pack of potato chips, and comes with a take-home aeroplane shaped bag.

Prices for special meals are INR400 and can be added to your booking right here.


Passengers are encouraged to pre-order their meals online at the time of booking by doing so you can save up to 10% off the onboard price. Meal options are listed below and include a wide range of sandwiches.

Sandwiches INR245 include options such as Spinach, corn and cheese or Malai chicken tikka.

Hot Meal pre-orders: Tandoor Chicken, Tawa Fish, Chicken Schezwan, Vegetables in red curry, Vegetable Pasta, Chicken Thai Curry. INR 450

Pre-order meals can be booked up to 24 hours before departure, and up to 6 hours before departure, you may order sandwiches.

To book your meal head to the Spicejet website and select the Manage My Booking’ option after booking your ticket online.

Note that hot meals are only available for sale on Boeing flights with a flight time of 76 mins and above. Hot drinks are available on Boeing flights with a flight time of 51 mins and above.

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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.