No, not all airline food is halal. There are many airlines that serve pork and other dishes unsuitable for halal diets. Some airlines do offer halal food as a meal option - this needs to be pre-ordered for non-Arab airlines. Many airlines that operate from Arab countries serve halal meals, but it is really important that passengers check this before travel and ensure that they are aware of anything that they will need to book in advance.
Looking for a different special meal? Find out more about Vegan and vegetarian, Gluten-Free, Low-Calorie and Kosher airline food, or find out which food you are allowed to take on the plane with you.
Halal In-flight Meal Code
MOML is the airline code for a Muslim Meal. However many airline catering companies claim and label meals as MOML without halal certification. For those travelling who wish to know whether their airline meal has been certified as halal, we have added a specific column in the table below to help to identify which airline meals are best to have.
Please note, if you'd like to order a Halal airline meal for your flight, you'll need to preorder at least 24-48 hours in advance.