Vueling hits the skies with new winter menu

In partnering with Newrest Travel Retail, Vueling Airlines has revealed its new menu for winter 2024, which includes a new plant-based meat burger to add to its healthy menu options, Dr Pawpaw ethical cosmetics, and in a first for the European aviation sector, Edgard & Cooper dog treats now available to purchase on board.

Always looking for new ways to improve the customer experience, the new offering will once again entice clients with a selection of sumptuous healthy meal options that will include a special meat-free burger from their new plant-based meat partner, Heüra.

This addition adds to the many healthy vegan and vegetarian options already available on board such as cous cous with vegetables and Spanish tortilla with breadsticks. The new menu also features several gluten-free options that cater for passengers with coeliac intolerance.

The company has also now partnered with Edgard & Cooper, a popular ethical pet food brand, becoming the first airline to sell dog treats on flights.

Pets are currently not permitted on Vueling flights from the UK but throughout the rest of Europe. Vueling customers can make the most of the policy following the airline’s regulation that allows five pets per flight and each passenger to travel with one animal friend.

Clients will now also be able to purchase products from the natural skin care company, Dr PawPaw, based on ethically sourced natural ingredients and packaged using eco-conscious materials.

A special travel range has been put together and contains products using the world-first ingredient Papayaluronic and their special seven-in-one hair product that simplifies the travel routine, supporting travellers from day to night.

Vueling has also partnered with RobinGood. The BCORP-certified company produces snacks that are handmade in Spain by people at risk of social exclusion. They are healthy plant-based products that come with 100 per cent plastic-free packaging.

Earlier this year, a survey conducted by Loveholidays revealed the carrier was named the low-cost airline with the best nutritious meal in the air, finishing second amongst all European short-haul carriers behind its sister company British Airways.

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