1) What food and drink is available on my flight?

Short haul flights
If you're going on one of our shorter flights, you'll be able to choose from our cafe-style Eatery range - available to buy onboard.  There are lots of hot and cold savoury snacks and treats to choose from, as well as a full bar service and lots of other goodies.

Take a look at the Eatery menu. 

Long haul flights
Going on a flight of more than seven hours?  You'll get a main meal and a light refreshment offered before landing included in the price.  You can choose what type of meal you need when you're booking your holiday.  If you've already booked your holiday and would like to change your meal type, please contact us

Lapland flights
If you're travelling to Lapland, you'll get a light meal and tea or coffee included in the price.


What you need to do
If you've got a severe nut allergy, you'll need to contact us on 0203 451 2748 at least four days before you fly.  Calls from UK landlines cost the standard rate, but calls from mobiles may be higher.  Check with your network provider.  You'll also need to let the cabin crew know when you board the plane.

How we can help
If we're aware of your allergy, the cabin crew will make an announcement on the flight asking passengers not to eat any nut products.  What's more, we won't sell any nut products from the inflight bar service.  However, we can't guarantee a nut-free environment.

Meals on long haul flights
We work closely with our suppliers to make sure that, to the best of their knowledge, no whole nuts, nut products or nut oils are used in any of our products.  However, again, we can't guarantee that all production sites and flight kitchens are completely nut-free areas.

Flights with other airlines
Most airlines offer a cafe-style trolley service onboard with a range of snacks and drinks.  If you're not sure who you're flying with, take a look at "Which airline am I flying with?"