A quick hop from London to Madeira with Thomson gave me the opportunity to test out the latest inflight meals available. Thomson is a charter/leisure airline that is part of the TUI Group; they include meals on all long-haul flights (7 hours or more!) however on trips across Europe passengers can purchase a range of hot and cold meal options if they wish.THE MENUThe Thomson current inflight menu can be viewed here. Inflight meal offerings on Thomson include options such as Pasta, Chunky Chips, Five different snack boxes and a range of toasted/fresh sandwiches. It’s a very good range.THE MEALSThe flight from London to Madeira left Gatwick at around 9 am so it was a bit too early for chunky chips, but I decided on:Bacon Ciabatta Roll and the Afternoon Tea Snack Box (to sample later on). View this post on Instagram Thomson Airways from London Gatwick to Madeira today! Buy on board snack options. Lovely bacon ciabatta and their afternoon snack box for later. 👍👍#thomsonairways #tui #inflightfeed #planefood @thomsonholidaysA post shared by Inflight Feed (@inflightfeed) on Jan 14, 2016 at 5:10am PSTThe afternoon snack box is fantastic it includes a fresh scone, clotted cream, gourmet Bonne Maman jam, deluxe chocolate from Monty Bojangles, Marshfield caramel shortbread and it comes in a great box. Cost £4.00The bacon ciabatta hits the spot in the morning, a lot better than a similar offering on easyJet but just make sure that you ask the crew for some tomato sauce or brown sauce to go with it. Makes it all even better. Cost £4.00On the flight from Maderia to London, the usual inflight offerings were announced over the PA but then cabin crew mentioned fish and chips, and since it was lunch time it seemed like a great idea. View this post on Instagram Fish and chips! 😆 Thomson Airways. #inflightfeed #thomsonairways #planefood #airplanefoodA post shared by Inflight Feed (@inflightfeed) on Jan 14, 2016 at 9:20am PSTBeer Battered Fish and Chips the perfect offering on British bound flight, while the offering was small, it was good. The chips weren’t that crunchy (they aren’t generally at 35,000ft), but the cod was quite tasty. Just don’t forget the tomato sauce or vinegar. Cost £4.00.