Alaska Airlines Revamps Main Cabin Menu

Experience hot meals again on Alaska Airlines' main cabin. Discover the new menu and preorder options.

After a long hiatus, Alaska Airlines is bringing hot meals back to its main cabin. The airline has started installing ovens in the main cabin galleys of its aircraft, enabling the introduction of a new hot menu. The menu includes four delicious hot options, available for preorder only on medium and long-haul flights (1,100 miles or more).

What’s Cooking on the New Menu?

Alongside the existing cold menu options, passengers can now enjoy the following hot dishes:

  1. Carnitas Breakfast Bowl: Slow-roasted pull pork, salsa verde, breakfast potatoes, and scrambled eggs. Available on eastbound flights and to Hawaii on breakfast (5 to 10 a.m.) departures.
  2. Monte Cristo Breakfast Sandwich: Smoked turkey breast, sliced ham, Swiss cheese, cream cheese, raspberry jam, and a square croissant bun. Available on westbound flights and from Hawaii on breakfast departures.
  3. Panang Curry Chicken: Red coconut curry with grilled chicken breast, jasmine rice, edamame beans, sweet red peppers, and onion. Available on eastbound flights and to Hawaii on lunch and dinner departures (10 a.m. to 9 p.m.).
  4. Pretzel Roll Sliders: Angus beef patties, caramelized onions, Swiss cheese, and kettle-style potato chips on pretzel buns. Available on westbound flights and from Hawaii during lunch and dinner departures.

Hot menu items are priced between $10.50 and $11.50, while cold menu options range from $8 to $11.50. To enjoy these hot meals, preorder via the Alaska mobile app or website from two weeks to 20 hours before your flight. Passengers paying with an Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® credit card or Alaska Airlines Visa® Business card will receive 20% back in the form of a statement credit.

With these new additions, Alaska Airlines continues to enhance the flying experience for its passengers, offering more options and greater value for their travels.

FAQs

  1. When did Alaska Airlines reintroduce hot meals in the main cabin?
    Alaska Airlines started offering hot meals in the main cabin in May 2024.
  2. What types of flights offer the new hot menu items?
    The new hot menu items are available on medium and long-haul flights (1,100 miles or more).
  3. How can I preorder the new hot menu items?
    Preorder through the Alaska mobile app or website from two weeks to 20 hours before your flight.
  4. What is the price range for the new hot menu items?
    Hot menu items are priced between $10.50 and $11.50.
  5. Do I get a discount when paying with an Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® credit card or Alaska Airlines Visa® Business card?
    Yes, passengers paying with these cards receive 20% back in the form of a statement credit.
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