Delta to Resume Streamlined Snack and Beverage Service Next Month
Last year, as the pandemic hit, most airlines limited or removed food and beverage options on their flights. Now with travel rebounding, we are seeing these onboard treats making a comeback.
Delta Air Lines has announced that it will roll out streamlined snack and beverage service on domestic flights on April 14. The information was shared through a memo sent out to Delta employees. It details on what staff and passengers should expect were posted on reddit.
The new snack and beverage service will include coffee, tea and water plus sweet and savory snacks in all cabins on domestic flights and the debut of new products, like mini soda cans and premium, canned ready-to-drink Tip Top Proper Cocktails.
Delta will also resume a modified onboard recycling program.
Some of the changes that passengers will notice after April 14 include:
- New mini soda cans for the Main Cabin that will be delivered to the customer unopened.
- Contactless payment technology to enable on board sales
- Streamlined selection of beverage choices.
- Ice upon request with new handling guidelines.
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The snack lineup includes Goldfish, classic Delta Biscoff cookies, almonds and Clif Bars. Customers will automatically receive two snacks, one savory and one sweet. Coca-Cola 7.5-ounce mini cans will have choices like Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite and Seagram’s Ginger Ale.
Additionally, Delta will serve up premium, ready-to-drink, canned cocktails from Atlanta-based Tip Top Proper Cocktails. For launch, it will feature an old fashioned and a margarita, which is making its world debut on Delta flights.
Alcohol sales in Main Cabin will also resume along with water, coffee, tea and a new selection of juices and mixers available in all cabins.
HT: Travel on Points