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sunwing vegetarian - eggs allowed

I chose vegetarian options on sunwing but it shows eggs allowed. i dont see any options with vegetarian and no eggs. does any one have experience with thier food service and if eggs are provided as part of the meal?
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its shows vegan and eggs included.
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junkone wrote: I chose vegetarian options on sunwing but it shows eggs allowed. i dont see any options with vegetarian and no eggs. does any one have experience with thier food service and if eggs are provided as part of the meal?
Sunwing doesn't have a large variety of "special" meals because they are a charter (and low cost). I would suggest bringing something with you since the flight really isn't that long (assuming your going to the Caribbean). Regular meals on Sunwing now consist of sandwiches- so don't expect much of their meals.
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Do they not list the following codes? Pretty standard across most airlines.

VLML Lacto Vegetarian (Dairy and eggs permitted)
VGML Vegan Vegetarian (strict veggie-no meat but egg allowed)
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for the Indian community, vegetarian does not include eggs. so these codes does not make sense.
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Is there a fruit platter? If not, just don't eat anything on the plane or bring some snacks of your own. You're not missing out on much and it'll be a short flight.
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Truth be told, I have never seen an egg provided in a VGML...which is what I have listed on my preferences...so I get them all the time. Now, I fly AC so that could be different.

On larger airlines, you also have the choice of several Asian vegetarian options or raw food options as well.
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junkone wrote: for the Indian community, vegetarian does not include eggs. so these codes does not make sense.
SunWing isn't an Indian airline. Why don't you just call or email them and ask?
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Shaner wrote: SunWing isn't an Indian airline. Why don't you just call or email them and ask?
+1 - No harm in calling and asking them.

Eggs aren't meat. An egg (from the grocery store) is an unfermeneted egg. By eating eggs you're not "killing" anything by eating it by not letting it hatch. There is no meat inside an egg.
I don't see how sunwing did anything wrong.

Now if the OP can't (or chooses not to) eat eggs for whatever reason that's a whole other story, but that's not sunwings fault.

Anyways, just buy something to bring on board. Safest route.

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