The award-winning airline prepares a wide variety of delicious vegan meals for its Business Class passengers as demand for plant-based food grows.
Economy class passengers can also order special vegan meals before their trip.
Qatar Airways introduced its new à la carte menu, which includes vegan products, upon requests from passengers. This service is designed to enrich the dining experience of the award-winning airline passengers and meet the demand for plant-based foods.
Freshly prepared vegan meals are offered to all Business Class passengers traveling on flights departing from the airline's Headquarters in Doha, Hamad International Airport, and on return flights whose meals are provided by the Qatar Aircraft Catering Company (QACC). Alternatively, vegetarian meals from other catering companies around the world will continue to be served in the cabin.
Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker: “We are delighted to present our first full vegan menu to our valued passengers, offering a much wider variety of high quality food for different tastes. We always strive to give our passengers an authentic and rich experience in the sky. Our new vegan menu, prepared with fresh ingredients, will offer our passengers the quality expected of a five-star airline. " said.
Among the new vegan dishes; Pasta with tofu and spinach, eggplant with smoked tahini, spiral zucchini with arabiata sauce, tofu and spinach tortellini, Asian style barbecue tofu, noodles, scallions and shiitake mushrooms, fried tofu with vegetable tahini, cauliflower couscous and kalamata bruschetta and chickpea flour omelette.
Qatar Airways offers Premium passengers a varied, sumptuous and delicious meal on all flights, as well as an optional à la carte menu. The airline also offers a wide variety of specialty meals to meet different nutritional needs. Passengers can request a special meal up to 24 hours before their flight, including young traveler meals, vegetarian or vegan meals, religious meals and meals that should be consumed depending on various health problems.
Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, the airline has taken different additional health and safety measures in addition to these measures it has implemented in its flights. In order to minimize contact between the crew and passengers, Business Class meals were served covered on a tray instead of a table layout, and cutlery packages were offered to passengers as an alternative to individual cutlery. Qatar Airways has also expanded the application with disposable menu cards and indoor refreshing wipes. Economy class meals and cutlery are served covered, as usual, and menu cards are temporarily out of use. In addition, all social areas on the plane have been closed due to social distance measures. To learn more about Qatar Airways' security measures, visit qatarairways.com/Safety.
Qatar State's national carrier currently operates more than 90 weekly flights to more than 650 destinations, offering more flexible travel options to more destinations than any other airline in the world. Qatar Airways, which has many awards, was named "Best Airline in the World" at the 2019 World Airline Awards administered by the international air transport rating agency Skytrax. The company was also awarded "Best Airline in the Middle East" and "World's Best Business Class" and "Best Business Class Seat" with Qsuite, which provides a groundbreaking Business Class experience. In addition, Qatar Airways is the only airline to receive the respected "Skytrax Airline of the Year" title five times, regarded as the pinnacle of excellence in the airline industry. The airline's hub, Hamad International Airport (HIA), was recently selected as the "Best Airport in the Middle East" and "The Third Best Airport in the World" by the 'Skytrax World Airport Awards 2020'.