Srilankan airlines meals options will vary depending on your class of travel; however all meals are included in the price of your ticket. Economy class customers will enjoy hot meals on flights that are usually longer than 120 minutes, for shorter flights a snack will be provided.

Check out the Inflight Feed meal review of Sri Lankan airlines right here, it’s from 2014 though, so things may have changed.


A new service with Sri Lankan has recently launched where passengers can pay to upgrade their economy class meals to a more substantial meal. If you decide to purchase this meal, it will replace the standard meal option that you would typically receive inflight, and note that it requires at least 48 hours notice to pre-order.

These meals are available on the following flights from Colombo only:

EUROPE- London.

FAR EAST- Bangkok, Canton, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore.

MIDDLE EAST- Abu Dhabi, Bahrain,Dammam, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Kuwait, Muscat, Riyadh, Seychelles.


Below is an example of just some of the meals available, to view the entire range go here.

sri lankan airlines pre order meals


The following special meals can be pre-ordered on Sri Lankan Airlines flights.

Diabetic, Gluten Free Meal, Low Fat Meal, No Salt, No Lactose, Hindu Vegetarian, Kosher Meal, Muslim Meal, Asian/Hindu Vegetarian, Jain Vegetarian Meal, Child Meal, Infant/Baby Meal, Western Vegan Vegetarian.

For an explanation of each of the meal types above go here.

You can place your special meal order by contacting the airline here.


The airline offers business class passengers the opportunity to pre-order from a wide range of meals. Options include Meat, vegetarian, breakfast, seafood, chicken and all day snacks.

Check out the Sky Cuisine information right here.

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