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Meeting your dietary needs

We endeavour to meet your preferred taste and special dining requirements - be it for religious compliance, medical needs or to satisfy the appetite of our younger guests.

Halal Meals

All meals we serve are Halal, prepared in strict compliance to halal requirements. There is no need to specifically request this as all our meals are suitable for Muslims.

Economy Class food

Meals with peanuts

Nuts may be served in the cabin or used as an ingredient in a menu. We do not guarantee a peanut-free environment or peanut-free meals on board. We do not restrict other passengers from bringing items on board that may contain nuts.

It is possible that traces of peanuts or their derivatives could be in the cabin environment or the aircraft air conditioning. An allergic reaction to peanuts or any derivative can be serious.

Allergies to ingredients

We do not accept responsibility for any allergic reaction on board our flights. If you have any allergy or have similar concerns, please discuss these with your doctor prior to travelling with us. 

It is recommended that if you have a severe allergy to peanuts or their derivatives, or any other meal ingredients, you may bring your own food, keeping in mind liquid restrictions currently in force.

Our cabin crew will be happy to warm your meal for you.

Ways to request for special meals


Online transaction

When making a new booking online through, select your flight/s, enter your passenger details and add your meal preference.

Manage my Booking

After booking your flight online or with the Contact Centre, go to Manage my Booking and modify the Passenger Details page.

Travel agent

When booking through a travel agent, directly request your preferred meal from your travel agent.

Important notes

On board dining

Meals should be requested at least 24 hours prior to departure. We cannot guarantee delivery of your meal if ordered less than 24 hours before you fly.

Special meals with Partner Airlines
If your flight or a segment of your flight is operated by one of our Partner Airlines, some special meals may not be available on board. Please contact the airline directly for your meal requests.

Meal descriptions

Meals for religious needs

meal for religious needs

Hindu Meal



  • Contains meat (lamb or chicken), fish, eggs and dairy products.
  • Does not contain any beef or beef products.
  • Prepared according to subcontinent taste (mildly spicy to spicy).
  • Suitable for members of the Hindu community.

Kosher Meal

(Requires 72 hours prior notice)


  • Contains meat from animals that have split hooves and chew the cud, or species of fish that have both fins and scales.
  • Contains fruit and vegetables (except those prone to infestation).
  • Certified in the kosher kitchen and double-sealed after packing.

Vegetarian Jain meal


  • Contains non-root vegetables only.
  • Does not contain any root vegetables like onions, ginger, garlic, potatoes, carrots or animal/animal by-products.
  • Prepared Asian style.
  • Suitable for a section of the Indian community who are strict vegetarians.

Vegetarian Meal


  • Contains all types of fruits and vegetables.
  • Does not contain any meat, fish or animal by-products (like animal fat in biscuits).
  • Does not contain dairy products.

Meals for medical and dietary needs

Meal for medical needs

Asian Vegetarian Meal


  • Contains all types of fruits, vegetables, and dairy products.
  • Does not contain any type of meat, fish or eggs.
  • Prepared according to subcontinent taste (mildly spicy to spicy).
  • Can qualify as a Hindu meal.

Bland Meal


  • Contains mostly soft food that is easily digestible like mashed potatoes, spinach, soft boiled eggs, boiled meats, toast and dairy products.
  • Does not contain spices, onion or garlic and food that are baked, fried or spicy.

Diabetic Meal


  • Contains minimum salt, low fat products, high fibre fruits and vegetables.
  • Do not contain any kind of sugar (only certain permitted sugar substitutes).
  • Suitable for guests with diabetes (low insulin levels).

Fruit Platter


  • Contains seasonal fruits.
  • Suitable for guests who are fasting or has dietary needs.

Gluten Free Meal


  • Contains meat, poultry, fish, rice, fruits and vegetables, corn, potatoes, dairy products, chocolate, dried beans and peas.
  • Contains salt and pepper, herbs and spices, sugars and preserves, margarine, tapioca and vegetable oils.
  • Suitable for guests who need to limit their intake of Gluten (or Gliadin, a protein fraction of gluten), a substance found in wheat, barley, rye and oats.

Vegetarian Lacto-Ovo Meal


  • Contains dairy products.
  • Does not contain any meat or meat products, fish, poultry or products with lard or gelatine.
  • Suitable for guests who do not eat flesh of any kind but can eat milk and cheese products.

Low-calorie Meal


  • Contains food with plenty of roughage and with less fats and carbohydrates.
  • Does not contain sugar, cream, sauces, mayonnaise or fatty meats.
  • Suitable for guests on restricted or low-calorie diets

Low Fat / Low Cholesterol Meal


  • Contains margarine, cottage cheese, egg white, boiled rice, potatoes, lean meats, fish, wholegrain bread, cereals and fruit.

Low Sodium Meal


  • Does not contain salt, MSG and baking soda/powder.

Low Lactose Meal


  • Contains salads, roughage, pasta, rice, fish or meat.
  • Does not contain milk and milk products, sauces, soft rolls, croissants or chocolate.
  • Suitable for guests who are allergic or intolerant to milk or milk products or guests who have low lactose levels in their bodies.

Raw Vegetable Meal


  • Contains mainly raw vegetables and salads.

Vegetarian Oriental Meal


  • Contains fruits and vegetables.
  • Does not contain meat, fish, eggs or dairy products.
  • Prepared in Chinese style.
  • Suitable for oriental vegetarians.

Meals for children and babies

Meals for children and babies

Baby Meal


  • Proprietary brands of baby meals are available on board.
  • Parents are advised to carry baby foods familiar to and preferred by their babies.
  • Milk or baby meals can be heated on board.

Child Meal



  • Burgers, fish fingers, chicken nuggets, French fries, crisps, pizza or chocolate.
  • Suitable for children between the ages of 2 to 12.