Delta Announces New ‘Flight Fuel’ Buy-On-Board Dining Option

By Paul Riegler on 26 May 2016
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A Delta flight en route from LAX to JFK

A Delta flight en route from LAX to JFK

Delta Air Lines unveiled Flight Fuel, its new buy-on-board dining program Thursday.

The new offering, which will be available on flights over 900 miles (1,448 kilometers) in North America starting June 1, replaces the current Eats program. Flight Fuel will offer passengers “healthful” options and Delta said it will change the menu more frequently than it had in the past with Eats.

Flight Fuel will come in three versions, the standard Flight Fuel, Flight Fuel Premium which will be offered on the airline’s transcon flights linking New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport with both Los Angeles and San Francisco International airports, and Flight Fuel Hawaii.  All will be packed in sustainable, recyclable materials.

Flight Fuel will offer snack boxes that include a fruit-and-cheese plate, a turkey sandwich with chips and a brownie, breakfast sandwiches, and various wraps.

The menu on transcon flights will feature Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle and a fruit-and-cheese platter using cheese from New York’s Murray’s Cheese.

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