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    My flight leaves around half 9 in the evening and is a long haul flight (10 hours I think with no stops) and I'm wondering whether I'll get meals? It's a bit of a weird time so just wondering if anyone knows what time meals are served usually and also if I fall asleep will the air hostess people wake me up so I don't miss food? (I know it sounds stupid but hey)
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    Usually longer flights do have meals, I'm not too sure about overnight flights though. If you're worried it's best to look on your airline's website, their meal policies will be stated somewhere
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    (Original post by lightningdoritos)
    My flight leaves around half 9 in the evening and is a long haul flight (10 hours I think with no stops) and I'm wondering whether I'll get meals? It's a bit of a weird time so just wondering if anyone knows what time meals are served usually and also if I fall asleep will the air hostess people wake me up so I don't miss food? (I know it sounds stupid but hey)
    You will get food, they'll probably serve it when you first get on the flight and then sometime later on as well. In my experience it depends on the airline as to whether they wake you up for food or not, maybe ask the person next you if it comes round and they notice could they wake you up please? If you want to, that is


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    What airline are you using? Some will give you a meal but you usually pay for it when you book.

    Others, like Easyjet, will offer food but you have to pay for it.
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    (Original post by orange crush)
    Usually longer flights do have meals, I'm not too sure about overnight flights though. If you're worried it's best to look on your airline's website, their meal policies will be stated somewhere
    I can't find it on the website, I might ring them to check

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    You will get food, they'll probably serve it when you first get on the flight and then sometime later on as well. In my experience it depends on the airline as to whether they wake you up for food or not, maybe ask the person next you if it comes round and they notice could they wake you up please? If you want to, that is


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    Haha it's just annoying because I'm going through different time zones so idk how food times work
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    (Original post by lightningdoritos)
    I can't find it on the website, I might ring them to check


    Haha it's just annoying because I'm going through different time zones so idk how food times work
    In my experience they tend to go for the time zone you'll end up at for food times depending on how they fall in your flight if that helps at all


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    (Original post by furryface12)
    In my experience they tend to go for the time zone you'll end up at for food times depending on how they fall in your flight if that helps at all


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    Oh okay thank you!
 
 
 
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