Ukraine international airlines meals are included in the price of your ticket on some flights, while on other flights you will need to purchase meals and snacks. Business class customers always have meals included, and special meals can be ordered in economy class on select flights. You can also view the onboard menu below.

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Meals can be pre-ordered in Economy Class on UIA scheduled flights (operated under the PS001-999 codes) and charter flights.
Pre-ordered Meal is not available on UIA flights between Kiev and Chernivtsi, Kherson, Almaty, Astana, Amman, Tehran, Toronto, Delhi, New York, Beijing, Bangkok, and Colombo; on Chernivtsi – Bergamo – Chernivtsi flights (PS339/340); on Lviv – Kiev flights under the PS038 code. Meals are served for free on UIA flights between Kiev and Almaty, Astana, Delhi, New York, Beijing, Bangkok, Colombo and Toronto.

Special meals are available on all international flights in business class and premium economy (long haul) and economy class flights from Kiev, Astana, Almaty, Amman, Bangkok, Beijing, Colombo, New York, Tehran.


Complimentary inflight meals are served on flights from Kiev to Astana, Almaty, Amman, Bangkok, Beijing, Colombo, New York and Tehran. For all other flights, you will need to purchase items from the Buy on Board menu which you can view below.

Meal options include:

Vegetarian, Kosher, No Pork, Seafood Meal (Premium Economy/Business class only), Children’s meal (2 to 10 years).

You can request your special meal up to 36 hours before departure (50 hours for Kosher) by contacting the airline here. It’s always best to reconfirm special meals with the airline directly through their call centre.


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