Delta Enhances International Economy Service Offerings

By Paul Riegler on 30 July 2014
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Delta Air Lines announced changes and improvements to its in-flight service in coach on international flights on Wednesday.

The changes will be noticeable on most long-haul flights and include better meals and snacks, an amenity kit, new earbuds, and new entertainment options.

The amenity kit includes eyeshades, earplugs, the new Billboard earbuds, and a large bottle of water.

The airline will offer new meal options and snack boxes in addition to complimentary beer, wine, and sprits. On some flights, ice cream will also be offered.

International flights will also have new in-flight entertainment options in economy. Most planes will offer complimentary games, newly-released movies, live television, thousands of music tracks, and access to HBO and Showtime programs.

On Tuesday, Delta unveiled the new entertainment options, which will be available free of charge to passengers in first class or Economy Comfort on domestic flights.

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