If you fly Delta a lot and you’re getting tired of seeing the same old in-flight food options, get ready for a change: On June 1 the airline will roll out a whole new slate of menu offerings.
Called Flight Fuel, the new menus will be available for purchase on North American and Hawaii flights of more than 900 miles.
The new offerings come in three menus: regular Flight Fuel for most domestic routes; Flight Fuel Premium for Delta’s New York JFK-San Francisco and JFK-Los Angeles flights; and Flight Fuel Hawaii. The airline said the menu offerings will be revised every six months. The menu offerings will focus on “healthful options” and “fresh ingredients,” Delta said.
Flight Fuel snack boxes will provide full labeling with information on ingredients and allergens, and will include a new Tapas Snack Box ($8.99) with all non-GMO ingredients. Breakfast options include a continental breakfast (yogurt/fruit and a Kind bar, $6.99); a turkey and apple sandwich ($8.49); and a fruit and cheese plate ($8.49). The fruit/cheese plate is also on the Flight Fuel lunch/dinner menu, along with three options priced at $9.99: a turkey, cheese and tomato sandwich; a southwest grilled chicken wrap; and a sesame grilled chicken wrap. Here’s the actual Flight Fuel main menu.
Additional options on the Flight Fuel Premium menu include a couple of breakfast wraps and a “breakfast medley” of various ingredients, all $10.99; and lunch/dinner offerings like a Black Angus burger ($9.99) and a Mediterranean whole grain veggie wrap ($10.99), as well as an all-day fruit and cheese plate option ($12.99) from Murray’s Cheese, New York’s oldest cheese shop. The Hawaii flights will also have a chicken and couscous salad option ($8.99) and a pepperoni pizza ($8.99).
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