British Airways has made the latest changes to its M&S buy-on-board menu, which was introduced on short-haul services in January.

A new Tapas Bar meat and cheese platter has been added (£4.95, or 625 Avios), but the couscous salad has been removed, and several of the sandwich options have been swapped as the menu continues to bed in. The new menu can be viewed in full here.

In a statement provided to Business Traveller the carrier said:

“We change our M&S On Board menu every quarter to offer our customers a range of new options and seasonal specials. The latest menu launched on October 4 and saw the Posh Club sandwich change to the popular honey-roast ham and farmhouse cheddar sandwich, which is now the best-selling item on the new menu.

“A roasted falafel and spinach wrap, M&S’s most popular vegetarian sandwich, has replaced the mature cheddar ploughman’s. The new Tapas Bar is proving very popular and we’ve also added some seasonal items that will arrive in early November, including Santa Percy Pigs and a turkey feast sandwich.”

Wines have also been alternated, with the Woolloomooloo Australian Red Shiraz and a Mirror Lake New Zealand White Sauvignon Blanc introduced (both £5.50 or 700 Avios for 187ml) – and BA says that new premium tonic water and ginger ale mixers by Fever Tree “are proving very popular with customers”.

Earlier this year Business Traveller spoke to BA’s CEO Alex Cruz about the buy-on-board rollout and customer approval for the service.