Vietjet air meals are not included in the price of your ticket. The airline offers an onboard menu for passengers to make purchases from and they also have a hot meal pre-order system available online before your flight. Vietjetair has two main bases, Vietnam and Thailand; meals differ slightly between the two companies.

VIETNAM

On VietjetAir operated flight numbers (VJ) hot meals can be pre-ordered online before your flight saving you around 20%, or you can purchase them onboard too. If travelling on a domestic VietjetAir flight hot meals cost only USD$2.50, while on International service, the cost is USD$5.00. Hot meals include Nasi Lemak (Halal Certified) Beef Rice, Singapore Noodles, Thai Fried Rice, Steamed Sticky Rice plus more.

Check out the options right here.

THAILAND

On VietjetAir operated flight numbers (VZ) hot meals can be pre-ordered online before your flight saving you around 20%, or you can purchase them onboard too. Meals on the Thai subsidiary cost between USD$4.23 and $5.50, all meals come with a bottle of water and some with a brownie.  Meal options include Pad Thai with Chicken, Combo Padthai with Chicken, Chicken Teriyaki with Rice, Combo Chicken Teriyaki with Rice, Roasted Chicken with Pesto Sauce, Combo Roasted Chicken with Pesto Sauce, Chicken Massaman/Rice, Combo Chicken Massaman with Rice, Stir-Fried Tofu with Noodle (Vegetarian) and Stir-fried Tofu with Noodle (Vegetarian).

PRE-ORDER MEALS

You must pre-order meals up to 36 hours before departure. Hot meals cannot be ordered on flights with less than one hour flying time. A Sample of some of the inflight meals available online for pre-order below.

HOW TO ORDER

Go here

Enter your reservation number, family name, and select your departure city

Click on Search Reservation

Follow the prompts to add your meals

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