Food and beverages
Snacks and drinks are available for purchase on board most flights, you'll find the menu in your seat pocket onboard. Coffee and tea is always complimentary.
Meals and snacks included
Our meals and snacks are always complimentary for SAS Plus and SAS Business travelers.
Your food and drinks options depends on your destination, flight time and the time of day.
For operational reasons, the onboard food and beverage offering is not available on our shortest flights.
On flights to/from Asia, Canada and the US meals are complimentary for all travelers.
You can preorder Kids' meals on flights longer than 80 minutes within Europe when you fly in SAS Plus, and in all travel classes to the rest of the world.
Breakfast is the same for children and adults.
Kids' meals are only available on flights departing after 09.01.
Meals must be ordered 24 hours before departure by contacting SAS Customer Service when travelling in SAS Business or SAS Plus.
When travelling in SAS Go to/from Asia and US you request your special meal online.
On some flights you can choose a meal from a variety of special diet options. Special meals must be ordered 24 hours before departure by contacting SAS Customer Service.
For those who traveling in SAS Business and SAS Plus, contact SAS Customer Service to book a special meal.
Special meals are available on flights:
To and from the US and Asia
For SAS Plus travelers on flights 80 minutes or longer within Europe or to Beirut.
The special meal will automatically be canceled when a flight has been altered, canceled, rebooked or when a name change has been made. It is important that a new special meal reservation is made.
Nut policy / food allergy
Peanuts, or products containing peanuts, are not served as snacks or as an ingredient in meals onboard SAS flights. All other kinds of nuts/allergens, or products containing nuts, are served. It is not possible to restrict the serving.
Other allergens, e.g. tree nuts, eggs, soy, milk protein are present in the SAS menus and cannot be 100% reduced. This is because SAS meals are prepared in catering kitchens where other allergens are handled.
Inform the cabin crew
Travelers with peanut allergy can contact the cabin crew when boarding the aircraft to make it easier onboard. The crew can then make a relevant announcement in cooperation with the traveler. Announcement can only be made for peanut allergy, not when allergic to other type of nuts.
SAS cannot restrict or omit the serving of other allergens than peanuts.