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If you’re flying on a Delta Air Lines flight this fall, you’re in for a treat. Delta has partnered with several chefs, restaurants, and brands to offer new, high-quality food and beverage items on many of its flights starting this fall.
Here’s a look at what’s in store.
Delta Air Lines is introducing exciting new food and beverage options on select flights. Here’s what you can look forward to enjoying in the skies this fall:
And now let’s look at some of the curated dishes you can look forward to on select Delta flights this fall:
Delta partnered with chef Mashama Bailey from The Grey in Savannah, Georgia, to offer dishes like curried chicken salad accompanied by a Southern chess pie bar in first class on select flights departing from Harfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). A partnership with Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q will introduce the brand’s beef short ribs served with mashed potatoes and green beans
First class passengers can enjoy new fall-inspired meals on select flights. Some options must be pre-selected, while others can be chosen onboard.
Delta One customers will enjoy an improved food and beverage service this fall as well, which includes the following:
Delta One customers departing for China can opt for a Chinese meal designed by chef Jereme Leung. Options include an appetizer of poached chicken with preserved Szechuan pickles, braised beef brisket served with stir-fried beans and Chaozhou preserved olives, or a pork broth with Chinese yam, red dates, and crispy rice.
Delta One passengers traveling to or from South Korea can choose Korean favorites like beef bulgogi bibimbap, dried pollock soup, or an octopus salad with sesame and lemon.
Delta One customers traveling on flights from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), or John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) can enjoy a multi-course dining experience that includes dishes like a chilled shrimp appetizer, Cacio e Pepe Lasagna, or braised meatballs with Bianco Di Napoli marinara sauce.Hot Tip:
Learn more about Delta Air Lines in our full review of the Atlanta-based carrier.
Travel has come roaring back, and with the return of passengers has come a renewed initiative on the part of airlines to improve and expand inflight food and beverage offerings to their customers. Delta is introducing several new options across cabin classes to many of its flights this fall — they’re sure to be welcome from passengers, no matter where they’re seated.
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