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Our First, Business and Premium Economy meals are healthy, delicious and customized to your travel – menus vary depending on when and where you're traveling.
Our premium cabins are stocked with a wide variety of complimentary beers, wines and spirits to complement the inflight menu and your destination. Each wine we serve goes through an extremely selective process as part of our award-winning wine program.
You can reserve your meal on American-marketed and operated flights with scheduled meal service when you book on aa.com or 30 days before your trip. The reservation window stays open up to 24 hours before departure.
Get a taste of meals inspired by top chefs in select First and Business cabins.
Maneet is a James Beard Award winner, author, restaurateur and TV personality. She adds her own global twist to traditional American cuisine in dishes like Duck Confit Pot Pie, Slow Braised Lamb Osso Buco and Ancient Kamut Grain Risotto.
Look for her cuisine in premium cabins on all flights from the U.S. to Europe and South America.
Mark is an English Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur. He's designed an exclusive menu showing off his signature style of cooking – a modern take on classic British dishes, with a focus on premium ingredients.
Look for his cuisine in premium cabins on flights to the U.S. from Europe.
Sam is a James Beard Award winner, restaurateur and founding contributor of “Pacific Rim Cuisine” – a combination of foods and cooking styles from the islands in the Pacific Ocean, plus California, Japan and eastern Asia.
Look for his cuisine in premium cabins on all Hawaii and transcontinental flights.
Julian is an acclaimed chef and restaurateur in Dallas, Texas. Get a taste of his Italian specialties in dishes like Lasagna with Sweet & Hot Pepper Crema, Cheese Cappelletti and Grilled Chicken with Haricot Vert and Olives.
Look for his cuisine in premium cabins on all U.S. domestic flights (except transcontinental).