Iberia and its catering partner Do and Co have redesigned the carrier’s dining experience on short and medium-haul flights, as the airline continues to restore services as restrictions ease.

Iberia recently reinstated its inflight shopping service, which has been expanded to include drinks and sweet and savoury snacks served on board, with details accessible via a digital menu, and contactless payments possible via mobile devices.

The carrier continues to offer its Deliverfly service, which was launched last year and which allows passengers to pre-order items before their flight, which are then served at their seat by cabin crew.

Iberia launches ‘Deliverfly’ pre-order inflight food service

In business class Iberia says it is “accentuating prime fresh and seasonal ingredients, the flavours of high Spanish cuisine and the rich and healthful Mediterranean diet”, with example dishes including fresh Galician octopus, potato salad, vegetable paella, and Spanish “cocido” pork stew.

Meanwhile in the carrier’s Dali Premium Lounge at Madrid airport eligible passengers can now choose from the full range of hot and cold starters and desserts, including vegetarian and vegan options.

New lounge dishes include zucchini noodles with pesto and feta cheese, and Jerez lentils with garlic and cured mountain ham.

More details on Iberia’s short and medium-haul inflight offering visit: