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TSA, REAL ID Act & Your Driver’s Licenses

Some travelers from a handful of states may be in for a huge, unpleasant surprise next year when they find that their driver’s licenses aren’t sufficient to get them through airport security for a flight within the United States.

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Next year TSA will no longer except Driver’s licenses from these states.

In December, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) began posting signs at airports alerting travelers that starting January 22, 2018, state-issued driver’s licenses or ID cards from

  • Kentucky
  • Maine
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Oklahoma
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Carolina
  • Washington State

The driver’s license from these states will no longer be accepted as valid identification to get through TSA’s airport security screening starting January 22, 2018.

Travelers from those states will be required to present an alternate form of identification, even for a domestic flight.

REAL ID Act

It all stems from the REAL ID Act, passed by Congress in 2005 with the goal of improving security and preventing fraud.

The act established federal standards for state-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards and prohibited federal agencies including the TSA from accepting IDs that do not meet those standards.

States were required to implement anti-counterfeit technology and institute more stringent requirements for proving identity and U.S. citizenship, or legal residency, before a driver’s license or ID card can be issued.

Over the past decade, states have been given time to bring their processes for issuing driver’s licenses and ID cards into compliance with federal law. As a result, the REAL ID Act’s restrictions have not yet been enforced at the nation’s airports. Most states have either complied or been given an extension by the Department of Homeland Security, and the TSA has continued to accept IDs from all states, regardless of their status.

The TSA has stepped up its campaign to notify flyers that a change is coming.

The deadline is spurring discussions among lawmakers in some of the affected states, so the situation could easily change between now and next January. Already, South Carolina and Oklahoma, two of the states included on the airport warning signs, have been granted extensions through June 6, 2018. (The TSA will update signs if and when states receive extensions.)

It’s important to remember that the TSA will continue to accept IDs from all states for the remainder of 2017.

Next January, security personnel will only accept state-issued driver’s licenses or ID cards from states that are compliant with the act or that have received an extension.

By Oct. 1, 2020, every traveler will need REAL ID-compliant identification for domestic air travel. (And remember that this only applies to adults.

The TSA does not require children under 18 to provide identification when traveling with a companion within the United States. The companion will need acceptable identification.

The TSA will accept alternate forms of identification, such as a passport, a passport card, a trusted traveler card issued by the Department of Homeland Security, a military ID or a permanent resident card.

In addition, for an added fee Washington and Minnesota will issue their residents Enhanced Driver’s Licenses (EDL) that meet the new federal standards.

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The New Airbus A350 for Flights to Asia

Business travelers facing the prospect of long flights to Asia will soon have a new option that’s designed for maximum passenger comfort.

Delta One Suites

The New Airbus A350

The Airbus A350 is a new family of jets that offers a roomier feel than older wide-body aircraft. The first commercial flight took place in January 2015 and Airbus has sold about 800 of the planes to nearly 40 different customers.

Delta Air Lines will be the first U.S. airline to take delivery of the A350. The carrier has ordered 25 A350 aircraft for delivery beginning in the middle of 2017 and will fly them primarily on long-haul routes across the Pacific.

Delta currently flies from Detroit, Los Angeles and Seattle to Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Seoul and Tokyo.

Airline employees got a sneak peek at the A350 when Airbus brought one to Delta´s Atlanta headquarters. They raved about the design that enhances the plane´s sense of space and height, giving the cabin a roomier feel, including recessed LED lighting and a vaulted ceiling.

The Airbus A350 other notable features include

  • increased space at shoulder level
  • more overhead storage, with room for more than one roller bag per passenger
  • a fully flat cabin floor for extra legroom.
  • advanced technology to provide optimal air quality in the cabin, including air exchange every two to three minutes

As all travelers who have made the trip know, flying from the United States to Asia can take a physical toll, these are some long flights. A nonstop from Detroit to Beijing is 14 hours. For business travelers, who may have work to do en route, and may need to be on the go as soon as they land, comfort is key.

The A350 will be part of Delta´s new all-suite business class cabin, dubbed the Delta One suite. And Delta has designed these suites with the needs of business travelers in mind, with the touches that will help them work, relax and rest while they’re en route to their destination.

Added comfort and privacy are important to business travelers, Delta´s senior vice president and chief marketing officer, “and that drove the design of the all-new Delta One suite.

Business Class Suites

Every Delta A350 will be outfitted with 32 business class suites. Each suite will provide direct access to the aisle for easy exit and entry. There will be full-height sliding door and dividers between center suites to ensure maximum privacy.

The suites are also equipped with a full flat bed seat with a memory-foam enhanced comfort cushion, personal storage space with dedicated compartments for shoes, laptops and headphones and an 18 inch, high resolution in flight entertainment monitor. A universal power outlet and high powered USB port will be at every seat, and passengers will have in suite customizable ambient lighting.

The Delta One experience also includes chef crafted meals, wine pairings, noise-canceling headsets and such amenities as cotton lounge wear and premium skin care products.

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Delta’s New Menu From Seattle’s Famous Seafood Restaurants

Delta is offering customers seated in First Class fresh, seasonal meals crafted with ingredients from local Seattle restaurants.

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Seattle’s Famous Seafood Restaurants

The salmon and other fresh seafood of Pike Place Fish Market are world famous for taking flight. Now, they’re taking to the skies above Seattle along with several of the city’s most celebrated local purveyors of fresh, sustainable food on select Delta Air Lines flights from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

New Items On The Menu

  • Pike Place Chowder
  • Pike Place Fish Market
  • The Pike Brewing Company’s Stout Mustard
  • Uli’s Famous Sausage
  • Beecher’s Handmade Cheese
  • Le Panier Bakery
  • Pappardelle’s Pasta

The menus will launch this week on flights from Seattle to Los Angeles and San Francisco and will expand to other mainline lunch and dinner flights between 900 and 1,500 miles.

Fresh, local and sustainable are core tenets of Pacific Northwest cuisine and Delta’s on-board food and beverage program, and that’s precisely the philosophy we follow with our new menus, said Mike Medeiros, Delta’s Vice President – Seattle. Our region’s most recognized purveyors shine in these thoughtfully crafted menus, giving Delta customers from around the world a taste of Seattle, whether they’re destined for SeaTac or just passing through.

Menus include

  • Pappardelle’s lavender fettuccine with Pike Place Fish Market’s wild Alaskan coho salmon and Northwest Seafood Seasoning
  • Uli’s Famous German bratwurst and smoked bacon sausage with German potato salad and sauerkraut with sautéed apples
  • Garden vegetable salad with Pike Place Fish Market candied salmon and Beecher’s Flagship cheese with lemon vinaigrette

All menu pairings feature Pike Place Chowder’s award-winning clam chowder, Le Panier Brioche and a Le Panier chocolate macaron with chocolate ganache.

Delta partners with some of Seattle’s most recognized brands. The airline serves Starbucks Pike Place Roast and Starbucks VIA Ready Brew Italian Roast decaf on all flights.

Fremont Brewing’s Universale Pale Ale is available on Delta Shuttle flights from Seattle to Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Delta is the largest global carrier at Sea Tac and has more than tripled flights and destinations at its Seattle hub since 2012. Delta offers more than 150 peak-day departures to more than 40 destinations from Seattle, and every Delta flight from Seattle features jet service with Delta One/First Class and Delta Comfort+ seating.

In addition to this new partnership, Delta has in the past year enhanced its chef curated menus featuring the talents of Chefs Linton Hopkins and Michelle Bernstein on a wide selection of transoceanic routes. The menus highlight the airline’s industry-leading focus on seasonal and regionally inspired cuisine.

Along with the latest creations from the airline’s partner and in-house chefs, customers will also be able to enjoy seasonally rotating wines from Delta’s 2016 wine program, curated by Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson. Delta began syncing up its on-board wine selections with the seasonal rotation of its menus earlier this year.

New Benefits for Medallion Members

Delta and CLEAR Improve SkyMiles Members Experience

Delta and CLEAR are partnering to expedited security experience to more major airports across the country and ultimately reducing the time spent by customers in security lines.

Coming this summer, Delta will provide CLEAR’s biometric service to U.S. Diamond Medallion members free of charge and all U.S. Delta SkyMiles members will have access to preferential pricing.

CLEAR is the leading U.S. biometric identity platform that utilizes fingerprint and iris identification technology at airports and sports stadiums across the U.S.

This year, Delta and CLEAR plan to expand airport security line access points to Delta’s U.S. hub airports allowing registered customers to expedite the document check process at security screening checkpoints.

Book Award Travel

SkyMiles members can now book Award Travel on more partner airlines than ever, 24 total, conveniently from delta.com. To see the most options and best deals on both Delta Air Lines and our partners, view our Award Calendar by selecting flexible days when searching for a flight.

Earning miles for your car rental is easier than ever before. You can now book your next rental with more search results on delta.com, which features rich mileage offers from our SkyMiles partners Hertz, Enterprise, Alamo and National, as well as multiple rental options from Dollar and Thrifty.

SkyMiles Member Benefits

Hertz Car Rental

  • General members earn 500 miles per rental
  • Gold and Silver Medallion® members earn 1,000 miles per rental
  • Diamond and Platinum Medallion members earn 1,250 miles per rental
  • For a limited-time, Medallion members earn 300 bonus miles per day and general members earn 200 bonus miles per day
  • Enjoy savings of up to 40% on every rental
  • Qualifying Medallion members will enjoy status in Hertz Gold Plus Rewards program when they follow these simple steps
    • Diamond and Platinum Medallion members will receive President’s Circle status
    • Gold Medallion members will receive Five Star status

Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental

  • Earn 500 miles per rental
  • For a limited-time, earn an additional 200 bonus miles per rental day
  • Enjoy additional savings off everyday low rates
  • SkyMiles is proud to be the exclusive mileage earning partner for Enterprise.

Your Cards In the Cloud

Get the latest Fly Delta app today and experience new features, including access to your digital SkyMiles and Delta Sky Club® membership cards — anytime, anyplace.

To find and use your digital cards, check out “My Wallet” in the My Delta section of the Fly Delta app for iPhone and Android. Plus, if you’re using an iPhone, you can send your SkyMiles or Delta Sky Club card to Passbook for even easier access.

Crossover Rewards

With the Delta SkyMiles and Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) programs allow you to earn even greater rewards when you travel.

Medallion members can earn miles for eligible stays at Starwood hotels and resorts and SPG elite members can earn Starpoints for eligible flights with Delta. All in addition to the benefits available in both programs.

Benefits When You Stay

  • Medallion members can earn one bonus mile per every dollar spent on eligible room rates at over 1,100 Starwood hotels and resorts in the SPG program.
  • Diamond and Platinum Medallion members can enjoy SPG benefits like access to the elite check-in line, 4pm late checkout, complimentary in-room Internet access, and more.

Benefits When You Fly

  • SPG Platinum and Gold elite members can earn one Starpoint for every dollar spent on eligible Delta flights.
  • SPG Platinum members can receive their first checked bag free, Priority Check-In, Priority Boarding and Unlimited Complimentary Upgrades.

Delta Updates for Medallion Members

Delta Air Lines has changed the way Medallion Members are upgraded to economy comfort seats.

Medallion members who purchase tickets through a travel agency may now opt in for upgrades in the following ways:

Request a Delta Comfort+ upgrade by locating the reservation in My Trips. Opt in for Complimentary Upgrades during check-in.

Medallion members can also set automatic preferences for the quickest way to ensure they’re always opted in:

Visit the Flight Preferences section under My Profile at delta’s website. Here you can set default upgrade preferences that will apply to every trip once the settings are updated.

Please note: Even with default settings, they can still opt in or out of Complimentary Upgrades for any individual reservation during booking or in My Trips.

Medallion Members Opt In

If a Delta Comfort+ seat is available, the Medallion member will be notified in My Trips and via email of the upgrade. It can take up to an hour for Diamond and Platinum Medallion members to receive Delta Comfort+ seat assignments after ticketing.

    • Medallion members who have selected upgrade eligibility for both First Class and Delta Comfort+ will be upgraded to the most premium option available. If they have been upgraded to Delta Comfort+, they will still be on standby for First Class upgrades.
    • If no upgrades to Delta Comfort+ are available, the Medallion member will be placed on standby for an upgrade. He or she may view their spot on the standby list in My Trips or in the Fly Delta App.
    • All seats in Delta Comfort+ are part of our premium experience. Aisle, middle or window seats will be assigned based on availability.
    • Following an upgrade, a Medallion member can always select another available seat in the same class of service. This means they can move to a different Comfort+ seat via the seat map, if one is available at that time. Once upgraded to Delta Comfort+, agents will not be able to revert back to their Main Cabin seat via the seat map.
    • Medallion members will continue to enjoy access to Complimentary Upgrades to Delta Comfort+ while maintaining the same clearance priority.

As always, following an upgrade a member may always select another seat, if available, in the same class of service. This means they can move to a different Delta Comfort+ seat via the seat map, if one is available at that time.

Once upgraded to Delta Comfort+, members will not be able to revert back to their original Main Cabin seat via the seat map.

Contact your travel agent for more details.

Free In Flight Entertainment with Delta

Prepare for Entertainment!

Delta Studio entertainment services

Delta Studio entertainment services

Delta Studio, the airline’s industry-leading suite of onboard entertainment, will be free for all customers on two-class aircraft by July 1. With this announcement, Delta becomes the only U.S. airline to offer all in-flight entertainment for free.

Delta Studio offers

  • up to 300 movies
  • 750 TV shows
  • 100 foreign film titles
  • 2,400 songs
  • 18 channels of live satellite TV on select aircraft
  • selection of games on aircraft with seat-back entertainment systems

Delta is the only U.S. carrier to offer personal, on demand entertainment at every seat on all long-haul international flights.

The airline also operates the world’s largest WiFi equipped fleet, with more than 1,000 connected Delta aircraft, including the airline’s entire fleet of 660 domestic mainline aircraft, Delta Connection 2 class regional jets and 99% of its widebody international fleet.

Delta has made significant investments in its onboard product and the customer experience, including modernizing the interiors of hundreds of aircraft with high capacity overhead bins, seatback entertainment systems, new lavatories, ambient LED lighting, new seats with power outlets, and other upgrades.

Entertainment options will vary by aircraft type and route.

Delta operates the world’s largest in-flight entertainment-equipped fleet, with more than 1,000 aircraft offering Delta Studio via streaming through laptops, mobile devices and tablets, in addition to nearly 400 aircraft equipped with seatback entertainment systems.

Your Plane Makes the Difference

Business Travel: For Road Warriors, the Boeing Plane Makes the Difference.

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If you’re a business travelers who is always on the road, a frequently flyer, you have plenty of stories about your favorite aircraft and I bet your favorite planes are those manufactured by Boeing.

For decades, Boeing aircraft have carried business travelers across the country and around the world and this year, the iconic American company is celebrating its first 100 years.

About Boeing

Boeing’s founder, William Edward Boeing, was born in Detroit in 1881, the son of a German immigrant entrepreneur who died when Boeing was 8 years old. In 1903, after attending Yale University, Boeing moved to Washington state to learn the logging business. But flying became his passion. He took lessons and in 1915, bought his first airplane.

Boeing soon knew that there was a future for aviation and that he could build a better plane.

Boeing’s History

On July 15, 1916, he incorporated the Pacific Aero Products Co. for $100,000 and started building planes at his Seattle shipyard. The name was changed to the Boeing Airplane Company the next year.

With the U.S. entry into World War I, Boeing manufactured aircraft for the Navy and when the war ended, began building commercial planes as well. In 1919, a Boeing airplane delivered mail from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Seattle, the first international airmail to reach the United States.

By 1928, they had the largest plant in America devoted solely to manufacturing aircraft, employing about 1,000 people. In the 1930s and ‘40s, the company built military aircraft like the legendary B-17 “Flying Fortress” that helped win World War II.

In 1958, Pan American World Airways took delivery of a Boeing 707, the United States’ first commercial jet airliner, which began flying daily from New York to Paris, carrying 111 passengers and a crew of 12. The 707 was the first in a series of jets that would help usher in a new era, as travel by air eclipsed travel by sea and rail.

About the Planes

Today, jets have made great strides in reducing noise, increasing fuel efficiency and improving cabin design. Those are all important factors for business travelers, who may spend hundreds of hours in the air each year.

The 737

The smaller, short-range Boeing 737 is the most-ordered plane in the history of commercial aviation. The plane’s design offers an open look that’s rare in a single-aisle jet.

Pivoting overhead bins are easy to reach, lessening stress during boarding and upon arrival. Passenger-service units make it easy to control lighting and air circulation.

The 747

Then there is the granddaddy jumbo jet, the 747. While many airlines are phasing out its service in favor of lighter planes that don’t use as much fuel, the 747 will always hold a special place in the hearts of frequent flyers who particularly enjoyed life in the bubble, the cabin on top of the main cabin, which usually offered creature comforts that make it feel as though you’re flying on your own private aircraft.

Boeing 777

The 777 consistently wins accolades from frequent flyers for its comfort and conveniences that make it easy for them to get work done while in the air.

Business class offers a spacious cabin with a seating arrangement that affords privacy and quick access to the aisle, along with plenty of room to open a laptop and store carryons.

The 787 Dreamliner

The long-range 787 Dreamliner, which made its maiden flight in 2009, offers industry-leading technology. Cabins are outfitted with soft LED lighting that generates less heat, bigger windows that provide more natural light and overhead bins with more storage space.

Advances in cabin pressure and filtration systems make the air cleaner and the flight more comfortable.

For help planning a business trip and determining the type of aircraft you’ll be flying on for long and short trips, let us know, we will be happy to help.

Union Square Starts In-Flight Meals On Delta

Classic cuisine by Union Square Cafe arrives on Delta Air Lines

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Delta One flyers on a few trans-Atlantic flights to Europe can enjoy hand-crafted selections by Union Square restaurant out of New York.

The new menu feature Italian-infused fare created by Carmen Quagliata, chef at Union Square brings the restaurant’s award-winning, philosophy to Delta Air Lines.

The partnership of Delta and Union Square Cafe deepens is a collaboration with the hospitality company behind beloved New York restaurants like Gramercy Tavern, North End Grill and Maialino has been served on select flights since December and will end at the end of the month.

Chef Carmen’s vibrant menus in the Delta One cabin reflects his Italian heritage with main course selections including:

  • Beef Short Rib Stracotto
  • Union Square Cafe’s Classic Roasted Chicken Breast
  • Gulf Shrimp and polenta
  • Baked Paccheri basil cream pasta

The latest menus pair with Delta’s 2016 wine program, which follows a similarly seasonal approach. The medley of vintages provide you with a sense of wine discovery as part of their in flight dining experience, and this year the wine will come from a number of local wineries from small artisanal wineries who bring to your tray a flavor and body uniquely their own.

In addition, the airline’s partnership with Union Square Hospitality Group has in the last year been making enhancements to its food programs featuring the culinary talents of Chef Linton Hopkins, Michelle Bernstein and Michael Chiarello on a selection of transoceanic routes, highlighting seasonal and regionally cuisine.

Delta wifi on International Flights

Delta Air Lines is offering high-speed Internet access on all transAtlantic flights between the US and the UK, mainland Europe, Israel and West Africa.

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Flights from Heathrow and Manchester

From the UK, the Delta offers up to 11 peak flights from Heathrow and one from Manchester, meaning more customers can access the internet at 30,000 feet.

“Delta already offer Wi-Fi across our domestic mainline fleet and we are delighted to extend the service to our trans Atlantic customers, giving them the option to work, keep in touch or surf the web throughout their flight,” said Nat Pieper, Delta’s Senior Vice President for Europe, Middle East and Africa. “More than 93% of our international flights offers Internet access and we will continue to use technology to make our customers’ air travel experience more productive whenever they fly with Delta.”

Delta’s wifi is powered by high-speed, Ku-Band satellite technology and is available on up to 83 round-trip flights to and from 27 European cities, in addition to Tel Aviv, Israel; Accra, Ghana; Lagos, Nigeria; and Dakar, Senegal.

Free Access to Delta Studio

Customers can also enjoy free access to Delta Studio, an in-flight streaming service, which allows them to view movies and TV options direct to their mobile devices that is available in addition to the airline’s existing on demand entertainment.

Delta began installing wifi on U.S. domestic mainline aircraft in 2008. With international satellite based wifi now installed on Delta’s wide body fleet; Boeing 747s, 767s, the Airbus A330 and transoceanic Boeing 757s, the Delta Air Lines operates the world’s largest wifi equipped fleet, giving customers more options to stay connected in flight.

Preparing Healthy Meals for Delta

Delta Air Lines continues to set the standard for onboard healthy eating with a new selection of tasty, nutritious and freshly made Luvo wraps.

Delta Meals by Luvo

Delta Luvo meals

Delta passengers can choose from chef created, nutritionist approved Southwest Grilled Chicken wraps, Sesame Grilled Chicken wraps and the Mediterranean Whole Grain Veggie wraps. These will give travelers another superior option for healthy, delicious menu items on select Delta flights.

  • Southwest Grilled Chicken Wrap – Grilled chicken wrapped with a multi-grain salad (whole grain barley, millet, and bulgur with black beans, corn and roasted tomatoes) in a cilantro Greek yogurt dressing with arugula, romaine and green garbanzo hummus in a tomato whole grain tortilla.
  • Sesame Grilled Chicken Wrap – Grilled chicken wrapped with a multi-grain salad (whole grain brown rice and barley with edamame and shiitake mushrooms) in a toasted sesame-ginger dressing with arugula, romaine and green garbanzo hummus in a tomato whole grain tortilla.
  • Mediterranean Whole Grain Veggie Wrap Vegetable and multi-grain salad (whole grain bulgur with green garbanzo beans, zucchini, slow roasted tomatoes and kale) in a balsamic vinaigrette with arugula, romaine and green garbanzo hummus in a spinach whole grain tortilla.

“We love the passion and quality Luvo brings to its food as it so closely aligns with our own approach to enhance the customer experience and offer more healthful options on board to meet our customer’s needs,” said Allison Ausband, Delta’s Senior Vice President Inflight Service.

The Delta team continuously strives to offer frequent refreshes for their customers, while developing a variety of fresh, flavorful and healthful options made from real ingredients.

Video: Preparing Meals for Delta

Each wrap is made with high-quality healthy ingredients that elevate flavor and taste, including fresh vegetables, nutty whole grains and savory chicken without antibiotics.

The wraps have limited sodium and added sugar and no artificial colors, sweeteners or flavors. Each wrap contains less than 500 calories, is packed with nutritional value and contains satisfying servings of protein.

They will be available for purchase for all Delta Comfort+™ and Main Cabin customers traveling on flights greater than 1,400 miles within the U.S., the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico and nonstop flights between JFK-LAX and JFK-SFO.

“At Luvo our mission is to make it easy for people to eat nutritious meals that taste amazing, no matter where their adventures may lead and we’re proud to launch our new menu items with Delta to help accomplish this mission in the air,” said Christine Day, Chief Executive Officer at Luvo. “Together, we continue to redefine customers’ in-flight experiences by providing the nutrition and taste they desire, in a fresh new way.”

In December 2015, Delta’s domestic food offerings were lauded by The Diet Detective in its annual Airline Food Investigation with Health Ratings as the airline took the top spot among large network carriers and tied for second among all U.S.-based airlines with a score of four out of five stars, highlighting Delta’s partnership with Luvo.

The airline’s partnership with Luvo cements Delta’s commitment to develop unique partnerships to evolve its food philosophy.

Delta in recent years has expanded its regional and seasonal options for customers on both domestic and international flights. In addition to its partnership with Luvo, the airline partners with talented chefs like Linton Hopkins, Michelle Bernstein and Michael Chiarello as well as Danny Meyer, New York City restaurateur and CEO of the Union Square Hospitality Group, to enhance the on-board, culinary experience.

In Dec. 2015, the airline announced that customers flying in the Delta One cabin on all transoceanic flights across Delta’s global network will enjoy seasonally rotating, regionally-influenced menus featuring ingredients sourced at the height of flavor, often from artisan, small-batch producers.

In addition, Travel Pulse recently named Delta the U.S. airline with the best beer selection, scored by beer-rating site, Beer Advocate. Ranked among nine other airline beer menus, Delta’s pulled in the top score of 73.6 out of 100.

Delta will continue to announce new offerings on board and make enhancements to its EATS menu in 2016.

About Luvo Inc.

Luvo was founded on a simple idea: To love our food — how it tastes, what it does for our health and how it makes us feel nourished and happy. Luvo develops, manufactures, markets and sells healthy retail food products and frozen ready-made entrees.

Luvo works with its suppliers to ensure the quality of its ingredients, giving top consideration to eco-friendly practices that promote sustainability and ethical sourcing and products that are environmentally sound and health sustaining.