Delta announced that they would be enhancing the meals onboard their flights for passengers seated in economy on domestic flights and some of the new items actually quite tasty!
Per Delta Air Lines,
Flight Fuel, which replaces the current EATS program beginning June 1, focuses on healthful options, fresh ingredients and more frequent refreshes to align with Delta’s evolving culinary strategy. The program will be available for purchase on flights over 900 miles within North America.
“The newly branded Flight Fuel program extends far beyond a name change, it’s really about introducing multiple new menu offerings and providing transparency into ingredient and allergen information for customers,” said Allison Ausband, Delta’s Senior Vice President of In-Flight Service. “This latest enhancement is another step in the right direction for Delta as we continue to improve the overall customer experience and provide a variety of fresh, healthy options in flight.”
The program will have three menus, Flight Fuel, Flight Fuel Premium, offered on transcontinental nonstop flights between JFK and LAX/SFO, and Flight Fuel Hawaii, which will be updated every six months, respectively.
Delta is trying to offer passengers more healthy options and these new additions actually look quite good. I’ve had their Luvo wraps before on a transcontinental flight so I’m glad to see these new items are going to be rolled out to more of their flights.