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Childrens Meals on virgin

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teabag20048 Sun 02-Apr-17 09:09:31

Do you have to book children's meals on virgin? My 12 year old classed as a child, is a very tall young man, as big as my husband! If we don't book him a children's meal, will he just get what's left? Or should we ask once onboard if he can have a adults meal?

EyeStye Sun 02-Apr-17 09:12:08

They'll just give you an adult meal if you don't book a child's meal. He'll treated like any paying adult. I wouldn't book a child meal for a big 12 year old!

AttilaTheMeerkat Sun 02-Apr-17 09:30:14

Do not rely on the airline to fully provide re food.

I would also consider taking some snacks along for him as well; even children's airline meals are not that great and can be stodgy as well as
lacking in taste.

2014newme Mon 03-Apr-17 11:29:28

Kids food on Virgin is pretty bad. Mind you so us tge adults food. Eat before you fly and let him have the adult meal. This happens automatically I believe if you don't book a child meal.

MrsDrSpencerReid Mon 03-Apr-17 11:36:04

You do have to book a children's meal with Virgin, which no one told us so my 6 and 9 year olds ended up with adults meals. The kids ones looked just as gross though so it didn't really matter!

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