Oat milk creamer, seasonal beers and tequila now boarding! With the change in seasons comes big changes for customers’ food and beverage experience on board, including refreshed drink and snack selections, new chef-curated dishes, Delta One service enhancements, exclusive pre-select meal options and more.
A new year means a new onboard food and beverage refresh, including the return of the signature Delta One dessert cart along with Tip Top’s espresso martinis, traditional afternoon tea, seasonally-inspired menu items and more.
The lineup of new products highlights small businesses, suppliers from across the globe, and woman- and LGBTQ+-led brands, building on Delta’s recent efforts to create a people-first and values-led onboard experience.
Starting this week, Delta customers departing Atlanta will be treated to Southern-inspired meals designed by Chef Mashama Bailey, winner of the 2022 James Beard Foundation’s “Outstanding American Chef” award and Executive Chef and co-founder of The Grey, an award-winning Southern restaurant in historic downtown Savannah, Georgia.
From the signature Impossible Burger to Black Sheep Foods’ plant-based lamb meatballs, Delta is introducing five new plant-based and vegetable-packed dishes for Delta One and First Class customers on select flights 900 miles and greater.
As Delta begins to welcome record numbers of customers back on board, the airline has already started to transform travel in order to meet evolving customer expectations. Below, Delta's E.V.P. and Chief Customer Experience Officer Allison Ausband outlines what's on the horizon in the months ahead.
Delta and The Coca-Cola Company have teamed up to bring art to the place where the two brands meet most often – the tray table. Together with 12 artists from around the world, Delta and Coca-Cola have created an art gallery in the sky – transforming the tray tables on ...