Do you get tired of the bagged peanuts or pretzels served during your flight?
If so, Delta is now offering complimentary free meals to its passengers in 12 markets, according to Delta News Hub.
Beginning March 1, Delta will be offering these free meals in their main cabins between JFK and LAX/SFO. And on April 24, the airline will expand its complementary meals to 10 other major domestic markets from Seattle, New York, Boston and Washington, D.C. including BOS-SFO, BOS-LAX, BOS-SEA, DCA-LAX, JFK-PDX, JFK-SAN, JFK-SEA, SEA-FLL, SEA-MCO and SEA-RDU.
“We are all about making our Main Cabin experience the best it can be for our customers and offering free, high quality meals is a big part of that experience,” said Allison Ausband, Delta’s Senior Vice President – In-Flight Service. “When we tested this concept, our customers loved it and appreciated it so we are implementing in our most strategic markets.”
Each passenger will have the option of choosing from a variety of meals depending on the time and length of flight.
Morning passengers can choose between a fruit and cheese plate, honey maple breakfast sandwich and luvo breakfast medley. And daytime passengers have a choice of eating mesquite-smoked turkey combo, luvo mediterranean whole grain veggie wrap, as well as the fruit and cheese platter. This also will include beer, wine and spirits and sleep kits.
For overnight flights, customers will be offered a breakfast bar during the pre-arrival beverage service, Delta said.
For more information visit the Delta News Hub.