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Special meal requests

Special meals

Please review and determine the meal type that best serves your dietary needs. Only one special meal may be ordered per passenger and meal combinations will not be honoured. While every effort will be made to provide your requested meal, please note that meal orders are not guaranteed at any time.

The following special meals are available on all international routes, except in Economy Class on flights operating to/from South destinations and the U.S.

List of special meals available on board
Type of meal Description Code
Diabetic Sugar-free meal, without added sugar, low in carbohydrates and high in fibre DBML
Gluten-free Free of wheat, gluten, barley, rye or oat products GFML
Low-calorie Low fat and high fiber LCML
Low fat and low saturated fat LFML
Low-sodium Restricted sodium / no salt added LSML
No lactose Free of dairy products NLML
Asian vegetarian Representative of Asian culture using traditional ingredients AVML
with dairy products
Free of meat or meat products, no fish VLML
without dairy products
Free of meat or meat products, no fish, no dairy VGML
Kosher Prepared according to Jewish dietary laws KSML
Hindu Free of beef, pork and veal products HNML
Muslim Free of pork and alcohol products MOML
Child meal
(only available on flights to and from Europe)
Easy to chew, easy to manipulate CHML



Rest assured that Air Transat does not serve peanut or seafood products on board. However, as all foods are prepared in an external facility, we are unable to guarantee that allergens will not be present in the food or snacks served onboard or that other passengers will not bring these products on board. As a result, we strongly suggest that passengers with severe food allergies bring their own food and snacks for the duration of the flight, as well as any appropriate medication such as an Epi-pen. For travellers with severe allergies to nuts and peanut products, we will be happy to assist with on-board comfort by making a general announcement, as well as asking adjacent passengers to refrain from consuming their own nut and peanut products on board.

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