Vietnam airline meals are varied depending on where you are flying to and from. On flights from Vietnam, Japan and Korea they offer a local meal option based on the destination that you are flying to. For all other flights, passengers will be served a range of meal options depending on your class of travel.

On most flights across Asia one meal service and one beverage service will be conducted, whilst on flights to Europe/Australia expect a minimum of two meal services plus additional beverage services.


It can be pre-ordered least 24 hours before departure and can only be ordered for flights that offer meal services. Kosher meals require at least 72 hours notice but may not be available on all flights, so check with your travel agent or Vietnam Airlines directly.

On flights between Vietnam and Malaysia all meals served are Halal certified.

The following special meals can be ordered:

Vegetarian Hindu Meal, Vegetarian Ja in Meal, Vegetarian Vegan Meal, Vegetarian Lacto-Ovo Meal, Vegetarian Oriental Meal. Baby Meal, Child Meal, Hindu Meal, Kosher Meal, Moslem Meal, Bland Meal, Diabetic Meal, Gluten intolerant Meal, Low-Calorie Meal, Low Fat Meal, Low Salt Meal, Low Lactose Meal, Fruit Platter Meal, Vegetarian Raw Meal, Seafood Meal.

To book your special meal on Vietnam Airlines manage your booking here.

For further information regarding special meals check here.


Expect fresh ingredients with bold and local flavors with handpicked ingredients. There will always be a Vietnamese traditional dish option, but also dishes inspired by your destination. Seasonal dishes are feature during special events throughout the year including Christmas or the German Beer Festival.

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