Thomas cook airline meals are not included in the price of some airline tickets. The UK based airline has teamed up with chef James Martin since 2012 to offer a wide range of pre-order choices for passengers. Note that the James Martin meals are not available on flights ex the USA and Cape Town due to local regulations.

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All long haul flights that are more than 7 hours will include free meals as well as tea/coffee and soft drinks. For all other flights, pre-order meal options are listed below as well as buy on board options. For further information on long-haul meals, please go here.


Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Diabetic, Vegan, and Kid meals are available to be ordered for free on Thomas Cook long-haul services above 7 hours. You can order this at the time of making your booking, or add it prior to departure via the manage your booking function here.


All pre-order meals on Thomas Cook Airlines UK must be ordered at least 24 hours before departure.


Meal prices for children’s meals are only £3.75 and adults pay £7.50. These must be pre-ordered at the time of making your reservation. You may also book one of the special meal options listed above, at a cost.


Meal prices for children’s meals are only £4.50 and adults pay £9.00, same rules as above apply.

Pre-order dishes include options like a hearty breakfast of bacon and eggs, slow-braised British beef with baby onions and herb dumplings for dinner served with desserts like bourbon vanilla and ginger cheesecake for dessert. Other dessert options include cinder chocolate and caramel mousse, Jamaican ginger pudding and strawberry cheesecake.

For further information on meal types, you can also check here.


Thomas Cook operates a buy on board menu on most services, where passengers can purchase snacks and drinks, not all choices will be available onboard the aircraft. There is no fresh food available though.

For the entire menu range go here.

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