Westjet meal options will vary depending on your flight duration, aircraft type and destination. The below is a guide for most flights that are operated by Westjet.

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ECONOMY CLASS 1-4+ HOURS

On all economy class Westjet flights, you will receive complimentary water, soft drinks, coffee, tea and juice, plus a sweet or savoury snack. On flights over 4+ hours, you will have the possibility to purchase additional items such as hot meals and fresh food options including a Southwest chicken wrap, Bistro Box with gouda, brie, cheddar, crackers, red pepper jelly, apple and cranberry and pumpkin seed mix as well as a Ham/Cheese Croissant. Hot meal options include Pizza, Breakfast sandwich, Mac and Cheese and Butter Chicken.

For further inflight menu information check here.

Cash is not accepted for onboard purchases only credit cards such as WestJet RBC Mastercard, American Express, Discover and Diners Club International cards, Mastercard, and VISA.

LONG HAUL FLIGHTS BOEING 787 SERVICES

Passengers travelling on 787 services will receive complimentary food and beverages. You will be able to access the inflight menu from your seatback television if you want to make additional purchases of snacks and drinks

SPECIAL MEALS

Are available in all cabins, however only on flights between Canada and Europe, serviced by Boeing 787 aircraft.

Contact their call centre with your booking reference up to 24 hours before departure to have one of the following special meals ordered:

Child Meal, Diabetic Meal Meals, Gluten Intolerant Meal, Hindu Meal (Non-Vegetarian), Kosher Meal, Muslim Meal, Non-Lactose and Vegan Meal.

BUSINESS 787 INTERNATIONAL SERVICES

Westjet offers a dine anytime service allowing you to choose from a selection of salads as well as main courses and desserts from their restaurant inspired menu.

MENU FOR BUY ON BOARD BOEING 737 SERVICES

Check here for the latest inflight menus.

 

 

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