Flight Review: Delta One Business Class New York (JFK) – Copenhagen

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Delta offers a robust network of transatlantic flights from New York (JFK) including several seasonal destinations during the summer months. On a recent trip to Europe, I flew Delta One from New York (JFK) to Copenhagen, Kastrup onboard one of their 767-300ER aircraft.

Flight Review: Delta One Business Class New York (JFK) – Copenhagen

This particular flight was operated on a 767-300ER with 26 Delta One Business Class seats in a 1×2×1 configuration, meaning that every seat in business class offers direct aisle access. In the Main Cabin, there’s 171 seats and in Comfort + 29 seats. Delta One passengers on transatlantic flights receive complimentary access to the Delta Sky Club.

Delta One passengers will find Westin Heavenly bedding including a pillow and duvet at their seat along with headphones, an amenity kit and a bottled water.

Delta One Business Class

Delta One pre-departure champagne

Business class Tumi amenity kit and LSTN noise canceling headphones

Delta’s signature cocktail is the Delta Sunrise featuring Bombay Sapphire Gin with Cranberry-Apple juice and a splash of ginger ale, served along with a mixture of warm nuts.

For the starters, there was poached shrimp with a summer tomato salad and creamy truffle mousse; baby gem lettuce salad; and a summer corn chowder soup with diced tomato and chive garnish.

For the main course, I ordered the grilled lemon chicken which was served with a tzatziki sauce, greek rice with lemon, parsley and grilled peppers. Overall it was quite tasty and the chicken had a lot of flavor.

Other main entrees included the Grilled Beef Tenderloin, a Potato Crusted Halibut, or a Lemon Caramelle Pasta.

Dessert is served from a dessert cart, and I opted for the Vanilla ice sundae which includes choice of sauces and nuts. Other options included a cheesecake tart, or a selection of fine cheeses.

About 90 minutes prior to arrival, breakfast service began and included a choice of granola or a Southwestern Frittata with warm pico de gallo salsa, chicken apple sausage, fresh fruit and pastries.

Overall, I was pleased with service on this 7 hour and 14 minute flight from New York (JFK) to Copenhagen. All the flight attendants throughout the Delta One cabin were very attentive, and I appreciated that the dinner service was well paced, so that passengers could maximize the amount of time they were able to sleep during the flight.

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If you’re looking to redeem your Delta SkyMiles or other credit card points for a trip in Delta One, consider using the Juicy Miles award booking service, who can help you redeem for the lowest amount of miles.

Have you flown Delta One on a transatlantic flight recently? Feel free to share your thoughts below!

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