Most regularly scheduled airlines no longer offer free meal services, but have a limited menu of food items for purchase as well as a free snack.

  • Most charters still offer meal service (few choices)
  • The new "no-frills" budget airlines usually don't serve anything except pretzels.
  • Don't assume that you will have access to infant food services on any airline.
  • If food is important, fly prepared to be self sufficient and allow for flight delays.
  • If you or your child have food allergies.....pack a lunch.

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