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Booking my flight to Las Vegas in Delta First Class was an easy choice. I knew I’d get a large seat, good food, plenty of drinks and great service. The choice was easy.
Delta 767 First Class To Las Vegas
I had dinner and drinks with MJ on Travel at One Flew South before heading to the E lounge for a quick shower and some new Delta SkyClub snacks. When it was time to board, I headed down the right aisle to my seat in 2F.
Within a few moments a friendly flight attendant came by to take my drink order. Of course I ordered the usual, a Woodford Reserve on the rocks with a splash of Dasani water.
We had in-flight entertainment options including television, but I just turned on the flight map and check out the view from the window. It was a long taxi to the runway and we were delayed a little bit. But it flew by and before I knew it we were up in the air.
About 45 minutes into the flight the dinner options were presented. The choice was between pasta or chicken teriyaki. I chose the latter and it was delicious.
The side salad was a perfect addition. It was crisp and tasty.
The dessert was the best. Ice cream with a glass of Cabernet.
This domestic First Class Delta 767 flight was the perfect way to get to Vegas for a long weekend. With entertainment options, good food and great service the flight literally flew by and we were enjoying the Las Vegas American Express Centurion Lounge with friends in no time.
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