Delta to Resume Traditional In-Flight Beverage Service on Domestic Flights, Hot Meals on Transcons

By Kurt Stolz on 14 April 2021
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A first-class seat on a Delta Airbus A319

Delta Air Lines announced the return of its traditional in-flight beverage service after a year during which passengers were limited to bottled water amidst cutbacks in service due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The refreshed beverage service will begin to be offered on April 14.

The Atlanta-based airline will once again offer a plethora of beverage choices including Coca Cola, Diet Coke, Sprite, and Ginger Ale in the soda category; orange juice and cranberry juice; canned Tip Top Proper Cocktails such as a margarita or old fashioned; Starbucks coffee and hot tea; as well as tonic water and club soda. These options will be available on all domestic and select short-haul international flights.

The airline is also offering what it termed “wellness-focused” snacks as well as Clif Bars and almonds in addition to Goldfish crackers and the airline’s signature Biscoff cookies, which are speculoos or spice cookies made by Lotus in the Belgian town of Lembeke since 1932.

Delta also said it will begin to offer passengers flying coast-to-coast routes in Delta One or domestic first class options to select a hot meal in June and first-class travelers on certain other domestic routes will be offered boxed meals starting in July.

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