Swiss international airline meals will vary depending on your flight class and flight time duration. Since early 2018 the airline now offers a buy on board menu program on flights from Geneva and food isn’t included in Economy Light fares on these services. Also, note that all SWISS Economy fares on flights shorter than 1 hour from/to Switzerland no longer include meals.The airline offers vegetarian inflight meals in all flight classes (that provide a hot meal) based on recipes from Swiss restaurant Hiltl. Their “Taste of Switzerland” program is available on all flights from Switzerland which feature various Swiss regional cuisines and look out for the Swiss chocolate!Click here to see the latest review of Swiss meals! Or here to check out what the first class meals look like.ECONOMY – BUY ON BOARD PROGRAM Swiss now offers a buy on board meal concept on flights from Geneva and economy light fares (under 1hr to/from Switzerland), see the menu below to see what you can purchase to eat or drink on your next flight. Click on the below picture to view the entire inflight menu. This buy on board menu has many high-quality products at very reasonable prices; in fact, I would go as far to say that it’s one of the better buy on board programs in Europe. ECONOMY – ALL OTHER FLIGHTSDepending on the flight duration, you will either be served a small snack, light meal or hot meal on longer flights. All meals and drinks are included in the price of your ticket. Sandwiches served onboard European Swiss flights are made fresh three times daily in a Swiss bakery. All European flights from Switzerland will always include products that come from Switzerland, a new concept that the airline hopes will guarantee even more freshness and authenticity.ECONOMY – INTERCONTINENTAL FLIGHTS – UPGRADE MEALS!Passengers will be served two hot meals during their flight one of which will be the Hiltl special vegetarian meal option. Drinks (including alcohol) are still free. You can also upgrade your inflight meal in economy class to a more ‘business’ class style meal. The Swiss-A la carte dining meals include six fantastic meal upgrade options, as well as some additional inflight wine options. You can order these meals at least 24 hours before departure or when booking your ticket online. For further information on these meals go here.SPECIAL MEALSSpecial meals on Swiss International Airlines include 18 options for passengers to choose from. They include religious, medical, food allergy and special diet options. Passengers should order their meal preference at least 24 hours before departure but as with any special meal request the earlier, the better. Gluten Free, Lactose Intolerant, Baby Meal, Child Meal, Hindu Meal, Oriental Meal, Jain Meal, Lacto-Ovo Meal, Vegan Meal, Diabetic Meal, Plain Meal, Low Calorie, Low Salt, Low Fat, Kosher, Halal and Japanese Menu- On flights LX160/161 only.For further information on Swiss special meals click here and to contact your local Swiss office click here.BUSINESS CLASSAn exclusive onboard menu features heavily on flights from Hong Kong, Bangkok and Shanghai to Zurich. Passengers in first and business class will dine on a unique menu designed by the Peninsula Hotels Group.FIRST CLASSPassengers travelling in Swiss First class can dine on demand choosing from a wide range of options from the a la carte range.