Delta Is Bringing Back Some Major Perks to Economy

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Flying as an enjoyable experience rather than simply a mode of transportation is seemingly a thing of the past––until now. Delta Airlines is rolling out some very exciting services and no First Class ticket is needed.

Delta is introducing a complete overhaul to its passenger experience with the addition of several new services including revamped dining options, welcome aboard drinks and hot towels.

Main cabin passengers traveling on international flights will be welcomed with hot towel service and complimentary drink shortly after departure. Options will include Bellinis made with sparkling wine and peach puree. The flights will also feature a menu selection of larger entrees, like grilled shrimp in Harissa. Dishes will be served on new custom-designed dinnerware and upgraded cutlery.

After the meal, passengers will be offered a second hot towel service, as well as farewell chocolates as a goodbye treat.

The new elevated flight service, which also includes upgraded amenity kits featuring cleansing towelettes and a dental kit, will roll out on international Delta flights starting in November.

—Shahrzad Warkentin

Featured photo: Courtesy of Delta



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