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Veg-friendly air travel

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Nowadays most airline companies offer veg meals on demand but with significant variations between carriers. Veg-unfriendly airline carriers are defined as:

  • not offering any prebooked vegetarian option
  • routinely failing to deliver prebooked vegetarian options and/or particularly unpalatable ones.

List of veg-friendly and unfriendly airline companies

  • Air India - vegetarian friendly
    • No need to book a vegetarian meal as there is an Indian Vegetarian option available by default. The basic option to choose between is indeed Veg/Non-Veg.
  • Royal Air Maroc - vegetarian unfriendly
    • One contributor faced the absence of his booked vegetarian meals on 3 out of 4 flight experiences with Royal Air Maroc in 2011. The only VGML-coded meal he got between his hands was poorly defrosted boiled vegetables...
    • Vegetarian meals must be booked upon reservation or by telephone.
  • Royal Jordanian - vegetarian friendly
    • Vegetarian meals must be booked upon reservation or by telephone.
  • Thai Airways - vegetarian friendly
    • Vegetarian meals must be booked upon reservation or by telephone.

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