At the end April Delta registered a new domain MyDeltaMenu.com and use this to vividly display what normally is a thick paper copy handed to Delta One customers.
So far, from what I can find, not all the Delta One routes domestically (not all that once were Delta One branded fyi) are being featured with these digital menus. The ones you can view so far are:
What will these meals look like in real life in real presentation? There are a few shots floating around the web:
I really like this idea Delta is rolling out. With the ability to log in to DeltaWiFi free and pull these up is a positive on so many levels. We can have it sent to us pre-flight and during the flight as well. Less paper onboard means less weight and less fuel burn (and junk being tossed out or needing to be recycled).
I would love to see this expanded to all Delta One routes including international routes with a simple QR code presented to us in Delta One to scan and pull up for our dinner choice (if we have not pre-selected before flight, that is).
While we are on the topic of Delta food the temporary upgrade from the crummy first class snack box to a better cold snack items are also showing up on the web. Here are a few:
I also respect that Delta, during COVID, is trying to continue to innovate. But the one thing I really want to see more than the above is a return to what once was, that is, multi course meal service in Delta One as well as more than coach service in Delta Premium Select. We are coming back and Delta needs to at least offer what they once did! – René
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