Ex-SIA girl reveals what free food and drink you can get on economy flights

The New Paper
April 5, 2022

In response to the “Tell me a company secret because you don’t work there anymore” challenge, an ex-flight attendant has given the lowdown on what food and beverage items passengers are “entitled to” on board a flight.

Pretty timely now that borders are opening up and more people are getting set for travel. 

The former Singapore Airlines employee, who goes by @geiwosushi on TikTok, said many passengers were unaware of what was available to them on SIA’s economy class – based on her work experience. 

Starting with alcoholic drinks, she says in the video, which has been viewed over 400,000 times since March 25: “There’s brandy, whiskey, bourbon, vodka, gin, rum, beer (usually Tiger), Bailey’s, and of course, red and white wine. 

Flyers who prefer cocktails can choose from a Singapore Sling, Bloody Mary, screwdriver, etc – the basic stuff. 

She then rattles off a number of soft drinks, including three types of coke, and added that for juices, there isn’t just apple and orange but also pineapple and tomato.

@geiwosushi #stitch with @princessanna Knowing the hidden drinks menu!! what drinks can you order? Is it free? Do you need to pay? #singaporeairlines #fyp ♬ original sound - OMGXIAOQIAN

Geiwosushi also addresses the free food options on SIA,. 

Second servings anyone? Apparently, by all means, you can.

There’s also, according to her, a “special meal,” ranging from Muslim and Hindu meals to veg-lacto ovo meals, err, whatever that is.  

Still not full? Ask for snacks.

Geiwosushi even shows a list of snacks offered on short- and long-haul flights. 

@geiwosushi Reply to @_xiaotheng_ PART 2: #fyp #singaporeairlines #tiktoksg ♬ original sound - OMGXIAOQIAN

Finally, anyone celebrating birthdays, anniversaries or are on their honeymoon may request a cake. Disclaimer: They have to do it before boarding, as the crew can’t be expected to bake a cake mid-flight. 

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