Delta Adding Meals on Longhaul Flights to Hawaii

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Delta has been taking great strides to enhance their customer experience onboard, and this latest offering is a great addition. starting September 15, 2016, Delta will be offering complimentary meals in the Main Cabin and Comfort Plus on all their long haul flights to Hawaii.

Hawaiian Airlines

This includes nonstop flights from the following cities to Hawaii:

  • Atlanta to Honolulu
  • Minneapolis to Honolulu
  • New York (JFK) to Honolulu

American Airlines recently brought back meals on their flights from Dallas to Hawaii, so Delta must of taken notice. However, it was always puzzling to me why they took meals away, as these flights are even longer than some of their transoceanic flights to Europe, which all offer meals in coach. In addition, Delta will be offering complimentary drinks in coach on these flights including beer, wine, spirits and even Mai Tais.

As Delta already offers an extensive meal option in their business class cabin, no meal changes will be occurring at this time. Overall this is great news for those passengers flying in coach to Hawaii, as you’ll now receive a complimentary meal as well as free drinks.

Aloha to Delta!

Hat Tip: Flyetalk

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  1. Yay. The chances of cannibalism on that 10 hour JFK-HNL flight just went down significantly.

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