Here's What Airplane Food Looks Like Around The World

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Vote up the dishes you'd most like to eat.

There are a few key components to a successful flight: good entertainment, a considerate seatmate, and satisfying food. If you're a frequent traveler, you likely know what you can eat on different airlines. But what about global airline food? Can you expect to taste international cuisine on a flight to China, or some local specialties on a quick hop through Europe?

Airplane food around the world isn't all that unfamiliar. Fly Air France, and you'll dine on panini and pasta. Take a ride on Japan Airlines, and you'll feast on miso soup and fish. Some airlines go above and beyond with gourmet cuisine in the sky – just look at the spread from Air Emirates, which includes braised lamb.

Tuck into these snapshots of airplane meals from around the globe, and start planning your next vacation.

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  • 1
    210 VOTES

    Air Canada

    Air Canada
    Photo: Luke Lai

    Menu: Breakfast raviolis, mixed fruit, a roll, coffee and orange juice. Breakfast ravioli? What will Canada think of next?!

    210 votes
  • 2
    200 VOTES

    Finnair

    Finnair
    Photo: Luke Lai

    Menu: Meatballs with mash and lingonberry jam, a cheese plate, and a small salad.

    200 votes
  • 3
    199 VOTES

    China Airlines

    China Airlines
    Photo: Luke Lai

    Menu: Beef, pickled vegetables, rice, mixed fruit, and two whole rolls.

    199 votes
  • 4
    214 VOTES

    Japan Airlines

    Japan Airlines
    Photo: Luke Lai

    Menu: Gosh, this looks like a meal for kings! Tea, miso soup, fresh fish, cutlet with potatoes, and many other things to taste.

    214 votes
  • 5
    194 VOTES

    Air Emirates

    Air Emirates
    Photo: Matt@PEK

    Menu: Braised lamb in rosemary jus, served with sautéed courgette, roast pumpkin and creamy gratin potatoes.

    194 votes
  • 6
    190 VOTES

    Singapore Airlines

    Singapore Airlines
    Photo: Luke Lai

    Menu: Eggs Benedict, smoked salmon, potatoes and asparagus.

    190 votes