This fall, Delta Air Lines is enhancing its onboard service and offering a variety of premium onboard beer, wine and spirit choices, including tequila and a seasonal beer option; a new oat milk creamer; a new Delta One course; regionally inspired meal options; Atlanta’s very own Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q’s beef short rib; refreshed snack and beverage options; and more.
“We want every dining experience on a Delta flight to feel exciting for our first-time flyers, our million milers and every customer in between,” said Kristen Manion Taylor, S.V.P of In-Flight Service at Delta. “Our customers and the diverse communities we serve are the heart of everything we do at Delta, especially as we continue to develop inclusive menus and bring new partners and products on board.”
DISCOVER A NEW SIP OR SNACK
Ready to try something new? Delta is updating some of its onboard snack & beverage offerings this fall, including a new beer as part of their ongoing rotational program, a new SunChips flavor and oat milk coffee creamer, all to keep your snacking and sipping exciting.
- All customers can now try mini SunChips Garden Salsa Flavored Whole Grain Snacks during their flight as part of Delta’s complimentary snack offerings.
- For the first time ever, Delta will be offering a dairy-free, plant-based creamer option for coffee lovers. Starting September 26, customers can enjoy Lakeland Dairies oat milk creamer on board, in addition to the half and half option that is currently available.
- Need a morning pick me up? Beginning September 26, customers can start their mornings right with the options in Delta’s new AM Snack Basket, which features a mix of fan favorites like Biscoff cookies, and flavorful new bites, like Nature Valley Soft Baked Oatmeal Squares.
- Delta is also bringing tequila back on board. Starting this fall, customers can opt for Lunzaul Blanco Tequila as their spirit of choice. Exceptionally smooth and balanced with refreshing tropical and apple notes, Lunazul Blanco is made with 100% Blue Weber Agave and is the perfect sip for tequila enthusiasts.
- Starting on October 10, New Belgium Brewing’s Voodoo Ranger IPA will begin rolling out for customers flying domestic. Tropical and fruity in flavor, this IPA is the newest addition to Delta’s rotational beer program, where customers can try new sips from across the U.S.
ENHANCED DELTA ONE SERVICE, PRE-SELECT EXPANSION AND EXCITING SEASONAL MENUS
Delta is also enhancing its premium in-flight dining experience by adding new service touchpoints in Delta One cabin, expanding their popular pre-select program and refreshing menus for customers flying in Delta One and First Class.
- Delta has partnered with acclaimed chef Mashama Bailey of The Grey in Savannah, Georgia to provide southern flavors to customers flying in the First-Class cabin on eligible domestic flights departing from ATL. Try southern classics like curried chicken salad for lunch or dinner service and end the meal right with a southern chess pie bar, served with a Chantilly cream and pie crust crumble.
- Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q’s popular beef short rib will be available as a dinner option for Delta One customers on international flights departing from ATL this fall. Served with creamy herb mashed potatoes, green beans, caramelized shallots and BBQ jus, this meal is the perfect dinner to keep the Atlanta vibes going.
- Beginning September 12, customers flying in the First-Class cabin will be able to select from exclusive seasonal meal choices if ordered through pre-select 24 hours+ before departure. Choose the autumn-inspired pumpkin spiced chia pudding with apples, figs and toasted pumpkin seeds for breakfast, a delectable charcuterie and cheese plate for lunch or a wellness meal, designed without the nine major food allergens*, composed of roasted chicken, quinoa, green beans, roasted tomato and grilled lemon for lunch or dinner.
- Go meat-free with the delicious vegetarian mushroom ravioli with a red pepper butter sauce, wilted garlic spinach, artichoke, marinated tomato and parmesan. Indulge in the decadent chocolate fondant cake, served with a gooey fruit compote, to cap off the meal.
- Delta’s beloved classic cheeseburger is being refreshed with new toppings. Try it this fall with smooth smoked cheddar and tangy dill pickles on a buttery brioche bun or go for the field greens salad with burrata, topped with dried cranberries, chickpeas, toasted sunflower seeds and sesame dressing for lunch. Have a sweet tooth? Satisfy it with a triple chocolate chunk cookie, created by Seattle-based small business Bell’s Cookie Co.
- Customers flying to and from China can opt for a Chinese meal, specially curated for Delta by renowned chef Jereme Leung, instead of a western meal. The meal for customers exiting the U.S. features braised beef brisket, served with stir-fried beans with Chaozhou preserved olives, potatoes and carrots; a poached chicken with preserved Szechuan pickles starter; and a pork broth with Chinese yam, red dates and crispy rice.
- Customers have the chance to select a Korean meal in lieu of a Western meal when flying in Delta One on flights going to or from South Korea. Customers exiting the U.S. can delight in flavorful bibimbap with beef bulgogi, savory dried pollock soup and refreshing octopus salad with sesame and lemon.
- Enjoy a multi-course dining experience in Delta One on domestic transcontinental flights. This fall, customers departing from LAX can enjoy heated nuts upon departure. The offering will be followed by a chilled shrimp appetizer served with Calabrian aioli and lemon, go Italian with the Cacio e Pepe Lasagna featuring creamy bechamel or delectable braised meatballs with Bianco Di Napoli marinara, Gioia ricotta and garlic bread from Los Angeles-based culinary partners Jon Shook & Vinny Dotolo. The meal will conclude with customer’s choice of dessert, including the new fruit and cheese plate.
Delta has really stepped up their food and beverage game on their flights, and it’s just one more reason to choose Delta when flying on your next trip!