Delta Air Lines announced it is making significant improvements to the customer experience for first class customers on its daily Boeing 737-700 flights between Bogota, Colombia and United States.
Starting in December, first-class passengers on Delta’s flight from Bogota to New York-JFK and Atlanta, will have a choice of four main dinner entrees such as seared beef tenderloin with a béarnaise sauce and risotto gremolata, roasted chicken breast with artichokes and red peppers, bucatini pasta, marinara sauce with olives and fresh mozzarella, or a cold plate of beef tenderloin and seared scallops.
In addition to the main entrée, first-class customers will be treated to warm nuts, an appetizer, fresh salad, fruit, cheese and ice cream sundaes.
The wine list has also been expanded to include selections by Delta’s Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson. This month, for example, flights between Bogota and the U.S. will feature a Malbec from Argentina, part of Delta’s “Best of Cellars” option.
Delta is also upgrading its in-flight entertainment system. First-class customers will have a choice of in-seat movies, pre-recorded television programs, games, and music. Each seat features an electrical outlet and USB port for charging laptop computers and other personal electronics.
“Our corporate travelers have told us what they want, and we’re investing in our product to cater to their needs,” said Ricardo Garnica, Delta’s sales manager in Colombia. “From comfortable pillows and blankets, to excellent menu options, all are added bonuses that Colombian travelers currently do not have with any other airline traveling to the U.S.”
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