In New Zealand, we usually receive fruit salads, orange juice, water, and sandwiches. If it’s a night flight we don’t get anything except for fruit and muesli bars. Sad face.
airplane food always tastes terrible, especially when I am on a very very long flight and need to eat several meals. It tastes ok at the first time, then the next time, I can’t even swallow it.
Let’s face it, airplane food matters. Keep your stomach happy especially in long and grueling flights.
I always pack my own food!!
Am I the only human being that enjoys airplane food?
I only like the drinks and some of the snacks like pretzels or nuts. I save what I bye at the airport, for the plain
I always fly with turkish airlines just because of the food that i can kill for and for the perfect service
I love to eat pasta with cheeeeeze and rosmary sauce and water
I wouldn’t bring nuts for a flight because of the prevalence of highly sensitive nut allergy sufferers (that sounds bad but you know what I mean). The air is recycled so much that it could set someone not he next flight’s allergy off (especially on budget airlines with very short turn-arounds)
I’d advise not to pack nuts… you could kill a person with a nut allergy by accident :/
If you use nosespray on the plane bf you’ll eat, it won’t taste as cardboard. This is actually proven and tried a lot of times by profetionals.
Can we bring foods on the plane????? Becaz i will go to Japan
I don’t know about you guys who are reading this, but I recently flew to LA on united, and I had a delicious burger and salad. Maybe it was cause I was in business class? Who knows. But I love airplane food, its a weird obsession lol
You are beautiful
Thanks for the suggestion of bringing dried fruit. So far only good airline food I have ever had has been from AirFrance. I will look forward to your future travel tips.
I thought you cant bring your own food past security?
You are pretty!!
ANA has very good asian food, like udon and instant noodles ;D lol
Dear Sonia, could you post a video of you packing for a journey? Not the theory but really just the way you do it for that particular journey =) And I would also love to see a video about what to do if you have to leave your home for a year, I might have to do that soon and it scares me to imagine all those things I have to pack. And the third idea – packing to live in a dorm room =) Thank you!
omg i love you ! you’re awesome i want to be sonia when i grow up
Bringing your own food on an airplane is a always great tip, even if you eat the airplane food you never know when you’ll get munchie.
Airplane food as a guilty pleasure? weird!
Sonia could you pleeeeaaaasssseeee do a video about efficiency at the airport? Like, how to hold your bags, where you put things for easy access, etc. I always look like a prize idiot trying to negotiate two wheeled suitcases (one checked, one carryon), and I’m a disaster at the security lines. Last time I went through Doha I made the mistake of bringing a wheeled carryon, and having to lug that thing up and down stairs and onto buses was a nightmare. It was so heavy the strap ended up breaking, so I had to cradle it like a baby the whole time. I envy fellow travellers who glide through effortlessly!
Don’t pack nuts!! And if you do, make sure it’s in an energy bar or something where loose bits won’t fall off. The last thing you want is the person next to you having an allergic reaction.
Bringing your own food is nearly impossible if you’re in Australia, especially Western Australia! We have really strict border control policies.