Delta Begins Reintroducing Service Offerings After Recent Adjustments
BEVERAGE SERVICE RETURNS: DELTA REINTRODUCES SELECT BEER AND WINE ON DOMESTIC FLIGHTS WITH ADDED SAFETY MEASURES
Domestic First Class and Delta Comfort+ customers will begin to see complimentary beer and wine on all flights greater than 500 miles as Delta begins reintroducing adult beverage offerings after recent service adjustments made in March.
Flight attendants will pass the cans and single-serve bottles using serving trays to minimize touch points on-board.
Complimentary beer, wine and cocktails remain available to all cabins on long-haul international routes, including top-shelf liquor and sommelier-selected wines for customers seated in Delta One. On-board service adjustments like individual snack bags on domestic flights and other U.S. domestic offerings remain in place.
Delta’s on-board food and beverages continue to evolve based on customer feedback and guidance from health professionals.
*Alcoholic beverages are available for customers 21+. Beer and wine selection subject to change and availability.
SELECT DELTA SKY CLUBS REOPEN WITH ADDITIONAL LAYERS OF PROTECTION FOR GUESTS
As Delta adds flights to its schedule and more travelers take to the skies, select Delta Sky Clubs are reopening their doors with additional layers of protection to keep customers safe and at ease.
Clubs in Chicago O’Hare (E Concourse), Denver, Miami, Nashville, Orlando, Phoenix and San Francisco will join Clubs that are already operating.
Delta Sky Clubs are transforming industry cleanliness with a new standard of clean that includes the same Delta CareStandard practices found throughout the airport and on-board:
- Reducing Touch Points
Providing More Space
Expanding Cleaning Measures
A comprehensive overview of the Delta CareStandard and more can be found via infographics and videos on the Coronavirus News Page - Customer Experience.