Delta to Resume Snack and Beverage Service on April 14

Delta to Resume Snack and Beverage Service

Delta to Resume Snack and Beverage Service on April 14

As the pandemic hit, most airlines made changes to help with social distancing and removed food option onboard. Now after almost a year, Delta Air Lines is bringing back snacks and beverages for passengers, including some old favorites and new offerings.

The information comes from a memo that was sent out to Delta employees. Details were shared on reddit, saying that Delta would will roll out a streamlined snack and beverage service on domestic flights on April 14.

Details

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 that we know customers will love, like mini soda cans and premium, canned ready-to-drink Tip Top Proper Cocktails. Some of the changes 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 (Tap-to-Pay launched March 16 with the return of earbud sales).
  • Streamlined selection of beverage choices.
  • Ice upon request with new handling guidelines.

Fan Favorites & New Offerings Our snack lineup includes Goldfish, our classic Delta Biscoff cookies, almonds and Clif Bars. Customers will automatically receive two snacks – one savory and one sweet. We are also debuting Coca-Cola mini cans that offer personal, 7.5-ounce servings of fan favorites like Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite and Seagram’s Ginger Ale.

Additionally, we will serve up premium, ready-to-drink, canned cocktails from Atlanta-based Tip Top Proper Cocktails. For launch, we’ll be featuring 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.

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