Qatar Airways

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Is food included on Qatar Airways?

Yes, food is complimentary on Qatar Airways.

Are meals on Qatar Airways Halal?

Yes, all meals served on Qatar Airways are Halal certified, and the airline offers over 19 special meals for customers who require them.

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Does Qatar Airways serve alcohol?

Yes, the airline offers economy class passengers wines, spirits, cocktails, beer and liquors. There are at least two red and two white wine options in economy class.

What meals does Qatar Airways serve?

There can be up to three main meal choices available, depending on your flight time.

Meals and desserts are prepared with a focus on quality and freshness, the airline serves a mix of Middle Eastern and international dishes.

On flights over five hours, a pre-dinner drinks service will begin before the main meal service offering refreshments and cocktails as well as snacks.

Most long-haul flights will include a main meal offering and a second service meal (hot or cold depending on the flight time) usually just before landing.


What Special Meals Does Qatar Airways Offer?

Qatar Airways offers the following special meals available to order up to 24 hours before departure. Note that all food served on Qatar Airways in Halal.

Baby Meal (BBML): Pre-packaged baby food for infants up to two years, provided as a standard meal onboard without the need for prior booking.

Children’s Meal (CHML): Suitable for young travelers and may include items like pancakes, pasta, breaded chicken/fish fillets, chips, sweets, and fruit.

Vegetarian Meal – Vegan (VGML): A strictly vegetarian meal free of animal products, including honey, eggs, and dairy. Typically includes vegetables, grains, and fruit.

Fruit Platter (FPML): Contains only dried fruits and seasonal fresh fruit, without vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, seafood, eggs, or highly-processed foods.

Raw Vegetarian Meal (RVML): For those who prefer raw vegetables and fresh fruit, excluding meat, poultry, fish, seafood, eggs, or highly-processed foods.

Vegetarian Lacto-OVO Meal (VLML): A vegetarian meal that includes eggs and dairy products, featuring vegetables, fruit, cheese, eggs, dairy products, and soy items.

Vegetarian Oriental Meal (VOML): An oriental-style vegetarian meal consisting of vegetables, grains, and fruit.

Asian Vegetarian Meal / Veg Hindu Meal (AVML): A vegetarian meal flavored with spices from the Indian subcontinent, which could be mildly spiced and may include vegetables, fruit, dairy products, and Indian spices.

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Non-Vegetarian Hindu Meal (HNML): Prepared according to Hindu religious requirements, this non-vegetarian Indian-style meal may include lamb, chicken, fish, eggs, milk, and dairy products.

Vegetarian Jain Meal (VJML): An Indian vegetarian meal prepared according to Jain principles, including vegetables grown above ground and fruit while excluding meat, poultry, fish, seafood, eggs, dairy products, and root vegetables.

Kosher Meal (KSML): Prepared in accordance with Jewish dietary laws and purchased pre-packaged from reputable manufacturers; Passover meals are not available.

Diabetic Meal (DBML): A diabetic-friendly meal with minimal sugar content, balanced with proteins, fats, fiber, and complex carbohydrates. Includes options like lean meats, boiled potatoes, low-fat milk, plain yogurt, vegetables, fresh fruit, whole grain items, and steamed or poached foods.

Gluten-Free Meal (GFML): Suitable for gluten-free diets, featuring options like lean meats, fish, rice, dairy products, fresh vegetables, and fruit while excluding wheat and wheat-based products, barley, oat and rye-based items, and gluten-containing sauces and bread.

Bland Meal (BLML): Light and easily digestible foods low in fat, designed to prevent gastric discomfort. Includes items like boiled meats, soft vegetables, mashed potatoes, milk, dairy products, and steamed or poached foods while avoiding fried or fatty foods, nuts, strong spices, pickles, and mustard.

Low-Salt / Sodium Meal (LSML): Ideal for low-sodium diets, prepared without added salt. May include fresh or frozen foods with flavor from herbs and spices while avoiding salt, MSG, shellfish, salt-cured items, gravies, canned vegetables, pickles, and salty cheese.

Non-Lactose Meal (NLML): Suitable for lactose-intolerant individuals, including options like meat, fish, pasta, rice, potatoes, vegetables, and fruit while excluding dairy products.

Low-Calorie Meal (LCML): For low-calorie diets, featuring lean meats, low-fat dairy, complex carbohydrates, and steamed or poached foods while avoiding fried or fatty foods, sugar, full-fat dairy, fatty meats, and high-calorie sauces.

Low Cholesterol / Fat Meal (LFML): Designed for low-fat diets, with lean meats, poultry, fish, low-fat dairy products, egg whites, whole-grain bread, fresh fruit, and steamed or poached foods while avoiding fried or fatty foods, animal fats, egg yolks, full-fat dairy, shellfish, fatty meats, and nuts.


What meals are served on Qatar Airways business class?

Qatar Airways is known for its excellent dining options in Business Class, and passengers can typically expect a range of high-quality meals, including:

Multi-Course Meals: Including soups, appetisers, salads, a choice of up to four main courses (often including options for meat, seafood, and vegetarian), and a variety of desserts.

À La Carte Dining: On longer flights, passengers can order dishes from a menu at their preferred time.

Local and International Cuisine: Qatar Airways prides itself on offering a blend of local Qatari cuisine and international dishes, providing a diverse culinary experience.

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Business Class Pre Order

Passengers can pre-order their meals from 14 days and up to 24 hours before your departure, through the ‘My Trips’ function on their website.


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