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Delta Air Lines Revamps Premium Select Cabin; Offers New Menu Options, Wider Seats, More

Delta Air Lines is luring travelers with its newly revamped Premium Select cabin.

“Delta Premium Select sits at the intersection of luxury and practicality — giving customers the opportunity to treat themselves to a more spacious seat and premium experience at a lower price point compared to our Delta One cabin,” Mauricio Parise, vice president of brand experience shared in a statement to Travel + Leisure on Tuesday.

Passengers who purchase Delta’s newly revamped cabin will enjoy the reclining chairs and wider seats, which are wider than those in other cabins, the airline confirmed to the outlet.

Delta Premium Select was launched in 2017 and is available on all trans-Pacific, most trans-Atlantic, and long-haul South American flights.

Traveling on Premium Select will also be offered on 400 weekly flights to top European winter destinations, including flights to Frankfurt, Zurich, Paris, Amsterdam, and Rome.

Delta enhanced its Premium Select menu options to offer travelers meals like braised beef short rib, honey harissa chicken thighs, and plant-based Impossible meatballs that all come with a side. Customers will also be treated to mango mousse with mango passion fruit compote for dessert.

And, of course, there will be sparkling wine served after takeoff.

Beginning next month, the airline will introduce a new iteration of its sustainable amenity kits by Someone Somewhere. The kits will come in pink as part of the airline’s support of breast cancer awareness, education, and research. The amenity kits are available for customers traveling in Delta Premium Select and Delta One cabins.

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Crystal joined BallerAlert in 2020 to renew her passion for writing. She is a Kentucky native who now lives in the heart of Atlanta. She enjoys reading, politics, traveling, and of course writing.

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