Family travelers may want to consider Delta Air Lines, as the carrier will soon allow customers to pre-select kid-friendly meals for young adventurers.
“Your onboard meal and beverage should be no different than your go-to restaurant at home, and that’s why we’re constantly reinventing our onboard service at Delta. We always want to surprise and delight our customers with seasonal, fresh and fun menu options,” said Kristen Manion Taylor, senior vice president of In-Flight Service, Delta Air Lines.
The kid-friendly options boast well-balanced meals including a variety of fruits, vegetables, colors and textures. Delta chefs developed the offerings after studying restaurant menus and traditional kids meals, aiming to please both kids and parents alike.
Examples include French toast with syrup, scrambled eggs, an assortment of fruit and a small blueberry muffin for breakfast; and cheese tortellini with marinara sauce and Parmesan cheese, carrots and broccoli with ranch dressing, fruit and graham cookies for lunch or dinner.
Travelers can select these meals now via the special meals option, available for flights flown after April 1. These meals must be reserved at least 24 hours in advance on long-haul international flights and on most domestic routes for first-class customers.
The return of kids’ meals comes after Delta announced the return of its signature Delta One dessert cart in January.
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