North American / Caribbean Meal Service and Food For Sale Program


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When traveling in the Main Cabin on our domestic flights as well as on select international flights, we understand that you want variety and convenience when choosing inflight snacks and meals. Please find below a variety of sweet and savory snacks, fresh sandwiches and salads that we offer inflight. All of which can be purchased using your credit or debit card.* To collect your receipt for inflight purchases, please visit aa.com/myreceipt.

Selections may vary by market.

*American Eagle and American Connection® are not accepting credit or debit cards at this time.

Main Cabin Snack and Meal Options
Please note: Snacks and meals listed below are examples.
Product selections may vary and may not be available on all flights.



SNACKS (5 a.m. – 8 p.m.)
Flights over 2 Hours


For $5.49
Fruit & Nut Mix

  • A house blend of almonds, cashews, walnuts, dried tart cranberries and honey-roasted sesame sticks.
Fruit and Nut Mix
For $6.99
Snack Pack

  • Snack pack featuring Gilman white Cheddar cheese, crackers, Emerald® almonds, Nature's Bakery mini fig bar, Dolcetto® chocolate cookies, and a mint.
Snack Pack
For $3.29
Dancing Deer Brownie Co.® Caramel Sea Salt Brownie

  • Baked from scratch using all-natural ingredients, then drizzled with creamy caramel and pink sea salt.
Dancing Deer Brownie
For $3.99
Wild Garden Hummus & Pita Chips

  • Traditional creamy hummus dip served with multi-grain pita chips.
Wild Garden Hummus and Pita Chips
For $3.49
Chex Mix
  • Traditional mix of corn chex, wheat chex, pretzels, rye chips, and mini breadsticks.
Chex Mix


FRESH BREAKFAST (6 a.m. – 10 a.m.)
Flights over 3 Hours


For $8.29
Fruit & Cheese Plate

  • A selection of Cheddar, Swiss and Muenster cheeses, served with gourmet crackers, red and green grapes, almonds, walnuts and cranberries.
Fruit and Cheese Plate
For $6.79
Breakfast Sandwich

  • Smoked turkey, Tillamook® vintage yellow cheddar, and tomato on a bagel. Served with Biscoff® cookies.
Handmade Breakfast Sandwich

LIGHT AND FRESH MEALS (10 a.m. - 8 p.m.)
Flights over 3 Hours

For $9.99
Turkey Chutney Sandwich
  • Wheat bread spread with apple cranberry ginger chutney, sliced smoked turkey breast, crisp apple slices, and romaine lettuce. Served with potato chips.
Turkey Chutney Sandwich
For $8.29
Fruit & Cheese Plate
  • A selection of Cheddar, Swiss and Muenster cheeses, served with gourmet crackers, red and green grapes, almonds, walnuts and cranberries.
Fruit & Cheese Plate
For $9.99
Chicken Caesar Salad
  • Romaine lettuce with all white meat chicken and Parmesan, Romano and Asiago cheeses. Served with creamy Caesar dressing.
Chicken Caesar





American Eagle Main Cabin Snack Offerings

On your next American Eagle flight, enjoy:
For $4
  • Pringles® Original Potato Chips
  • Fisher Nut and Berry Mix
  • Cheese & Cracker Tray


Please note: Snacks and meals listed are examples; product selections may vary.

Complimentary Main Cabin Food Service
Complimentary meal service is provided in the Main Cabin on Europe, Asia, Haiti, and select Latin America flights that depart within traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner meal windows. On flights where only beverages are served, we invite you to visit any of the airport concessions and bring food and beverage purchases on board.

Nut Allergy
American recognizes that some passengers are allergic to peanuts and other tree nuts. Although we do not serve peanuts, we do serve other nut products (such as warmed nuts) and there may be trace elements of unspecified nut ingredients, including peanut oils, in meals and snacks. We do not have in place procedures that allow our flight crews not to serve these foods upon request of a customer. We do not provide nut "buffer zones". Our planes are cleaned regularly, but these cleanings are not designed to ensure the removal of nut allergens, nor are our air filtration systems designed to remove nut allergens. Additionally, other customers may bring peanuts or other tree nuts on board. Therefore, we cannot guarantee customers will not be exposed to peanuts or other tree nuts during flight, and we strongly encourage customers to take all necessary medical precautions to prepare for the possibility of exposure.

Complimentary First Class Food Service
COMPLIMENTARY FIRST CLASS DINING SERVICE
Enjoy chef-driven meals and specially-selected wines in First Class on all flights systemwide that have flying times over two hours and that operate within traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner times.
Flat Iron Steak

Complimentary food service is offered in First Class on all flights systemwide that have flying times over two hours and that operate within traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner times. Generally, a snack service will be provided on flights greater than two and a half hours that fall outside of a traditional meal time. A light snack may include our signature warm mixed nuts and baked on board cookies.

Based on customer feedback, in the morning, we typically offer low-carbohydrate breakfast options to support the demand for more protein. In First Class on our U.S., Caribbean and Mexico breakfast flights and on our transcontinental brunch flights, enjoy flavorful omelets with accompanying breakfast meats and fresh fruit. In the afternoon and evening, we also strive to offer a variety of entrées influenced by the market, to suit your tastes.

Domestic Features
  • Buffalo chicken salad garnished with bleu cheese
  • Stuffed pasta shells with roasted sundried tomatoes and Pomodoro sauce

Hawaii Features
  • Macadamia nut chicken with pineapple papaya marmalade
  • Teriyaki ginger-glazed salmon with fried rice and julienned carrots

Transcontinental Features
  • Grilled salmon with lemon caper sauce served over orzo with a side of grilled root vegetables
  • Grilled beef filet, topped with wild mushroom ragout and merlot sauce, served with roasted vegetables

International Features
  • Pan-seared halibut with truffled corn salsa, truffled sweet potato puree, haricots verts, tomato, and red onion
  • Grilled filet of beef accented by roasted shallot butter, vegetable risotto with mushrooms, and sautéed spinach

Latin American Features
  • Rosemary chicken accompanied by teardrop tomato vinaigrette, guajillo capellini pasta cakes, and grilled asparagus
  • Chip crusted halibut served with thyme red pepper sauce, parsley caper cream sauce, pan-roasted paprika potatoes, haricots verts with shallots, and vegetable medley

Macadamia Nut Chicken Grilled BBQ Chicken Salad Rosemary Shrimp

In addition to these chef-driven meals, we offer our signature warm mixed nuts to begin the meal service, and finish with sweet bites such as freshly-baked on board cookies or signature ice cream sundaes.

Celebrity Consulting Chefs & Wine Consultant
To find out more about our celebrity consulting chefs that help define the direction of our in-flight food service, and to learn more about American Airlines wine consultant visit our Chefs page.

Special Meals
Should you require specific information about dietary meal options available on most flights, please visit our Special Meals page.