20 Nov 2022 by Mark Caswell
Vueling has updated its buy-on-board menu with new options “to better accommodate customers’ culinary preferences”.
The menu now features 12 new vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, and the overall Shop on Board catalogue has been expanded from eight to 28 pages.
The IAG member carrier said it had “responded to calls from coeliacs”, with new gluten-free choices including beer, almonds, chicken noodles, jellybeans, chocolate brownies and Spanish omelette.
There is also a new Vegan Box option, containing black olive tapenade, houmous, breadsticks, and caramelised pecan walnuts, and for vegetarians a new wrap is available consisting of cajun mayo sauce, white rice, red beans, corn, red cabbage and cheddar cheese.
Other choices added to Vueling’s winter menu include Ramon Bilbao DO Rioja red wine, a savoury egg, cheese muffin and banana bread.
In addition to the expanded menu, the carrier is now offering passengers the option to donate to Save The Children when they make an inflight purchase, with all proceeds going towards the NGO global emergency fund.
Vueling also provided an update on its inflight sustainability initiatives, with the airline having eliminated the use of more than 1,276 tonnes of single-use plastic since 2021.
Next month the carrier is set to launch three new winter-sun routes from Gatwick to Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote.