Delta Air Lines reported food and beverage service has returned to all flights with a new set of processes and protocols. Using data from partners at the Mayo Clinic, Delta has revealed a few changes to the conventional services, counting contactless payment onboard, replacing refreshment pour service with single-serve cans, and giving hand sanitizing stations over the travel.
The airline continues to take after the government-required mask mandates. Travelers will be required to keep their masks on between nibbles of food and tastes of drinks.
For travelers seeking out something stronger, Tip Top Proper Cocktails will give pre-prepared, canned cocktails accessible in all cabins. Refreshment service now includes 7.5-ounce single-serve cans on domestic flights inside North America, the Caribbean, and Latin America.
Over the last month, Delta made a few changes to its route map to extend performance and boost service to well-known summer destinations. The carrier also revealed it would not block center seats on its aircraft, beginning May 1.
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