EasyJet passengers told to bring their OWN food on flights | The Sun

EASYJET passengers are being warned to bring their own food onto a number of the airline's flights.

The airline has told some travellers that there will be a limited food and drink service.

EasyJet – who has cancelled more than 20 flights today – usually offers snacks and light meals rather than a full dinner service, but this includes toasties, sandwiches and pizza.

However, there is no longer any hot food on some of the routes, although hot drinks remain in place, according to Surrey Live.

Snacks such as crisps, chocolate bars and muffins will still be available along with soft drinks.

Only flights from London Gatwick airport will be affected, and passengers have been told in advance.

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However, many families may face having to buy expensive meals from the airport, with many of the shops costing more after security.

Sun Online Travel has contacted easyJet for comment.

Last month, TUI backtracked after telling passengers they wouldn't be serving food on their flights.

If you are prepared enough, you can take food with you through airport security though.

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We've explained which food are allowed through airport security – although liquids will still need to be under 100ml.

And there are five things you should never eat at airports, according to experts.

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