Does Hawaiian airlines serve meals during Covid?

We’re proud of the distinct in-flight dining experience we offer our guests. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free and child meals are available on all international inbound and outbound flights (with the exception of PPT and PPG) in Business Class and Main Cabin, by request, at least 48 hrs prior to your flight.

Do you get a meal on a flight to Hawaii?

Hawaiian Airlines is proud to offer you a taste of the islands even before you land – and it’s complimentary! Delicious island-inspired meals and snacks are free on our North America, South Pacific, and Asia routes. You’ll also enjoy a wide array of complimentary drinks to make your flight as enjoyable as possible.

Can you eat on Hawaiian Airlines?

Hawaiian Airlines still offers meal service, but with slight changes. Every guest receives a complimentary bottle of water during boarding. In first class, meals come on one tray rather than as multiple courses.

Is Hawaiian Airlines serving meals in first class?

For meals, Hawaiian is taking a similar approach as American: All first-class passengers will still enjoy full meal service but on a single tray rather than in courses.

Will my flight serve a meal?

Some airlines have meals on short domestic flights, but you could be charged for it. On international flights that take you through a traditional mealtime, you can expect that a meal will be served. If you have a special dietary need (diabetic, veggie, etc.), ask the airline if they offer a special meal.

Are meals still served on planes?

Most airlines are offering complimentary snacks and drinks again on many flights, while many are even offering food for purchases in economy and full meals in premium cabins. Most airlines that went dry have also resumed alcohol service — some even in coach.

Can you take food through TSA at the airport?

Solid food items (not liquids or gels) can be transported in either your carry-on or checked bags. TSA officers may instruct travelers to separate items from carry-on bags such as foods, powders, and any materials that can clutter bags and obstruct clear images on the X-ray machine.