One of the world’s largest airlines will resume 3-course meal service on long-haul international flights for business class fares in what Delta Airlines calls its “normal” pre-pandemic service.
In one statement, Delta said that beginning March 15, customers will be able to enjoy enhanced service “for select Delta One international and transoceanic customers.” Customers in this class will also have access to more options for pre-departure drinks, the company says. These must include mimosas, as well as snacks like their new cocktail bites that come before the meal is served.
Delta says flight attendants will also distribute artisan-made amenity kits in cabins on select flights in partnership with the Mexico-based brand.”someone somewhereThe kits will include toothpaste, a bamboo toothbrush, lip balm and lotion.
Food options for certain fares and flights may include a barbecue, various desserts such as ricotta cheesecake or rhubarb and pretzel pie. Various spirits will be offered for cocktails and as Guy Points Notesand on some flights, companions can even serve sundaes.
Delta reportedly began its hot food rollout on March 1 on domestic flights over 1,500 miles. It was not immediately clear when the full rollout would be complete for the airline.