Delta Question


#1

OK, Tommorow my family and I are flying to San Pedro Sula,Honduras [Via Atl] on a missions trip and I was wondering if Delta serves food on this flight? I checked the Delta website and they say that for a 3.5+ hour flight they serve only snacks in Economy! Could Someone please clesr this up for me fast! My flight leaves at 8 tommorow!!
PS: How About a Movie? Were on a 737-800! :question:

THANK YOU!


#2

Sounds like Delta’s web already cleared it up for you. Economy is pretty no-frills. You might consider calling Delta Customer Service to ask about the movie, but I recall that they used to list that on their web.


#3

Hello,

I fly the -800 for DAL and, yes, there is a video system on the aircraft. Whether the FAs will show a movie or the entertainment video, I’m not sure but I would suspect that there will be a movie. No there is not any food on this flight. If you have time in ATL, I recommend going to the bookstore on the B Concourse for a sandwich or a hot meal. They have the best food in the ATL airport. Additionally, most of the food concessions on the E Concourse (International departures) are closed right now as they are undergoing a large remodeling so, if you want to get something to eat, make sure you do so before getting on the train to the E Concourse. When are you coming back? I’m flying the SAP-ATL flight on the 25th. Maybe I’ll see you on the airplane.

Regards,

Ray


#4

Sorry Jetjockey, but we fly back on the 24th. :cry: I also checked the Delta website again and it said that we would be served dinner! Is this correct?


#5

Jetjockey, How long have you been flying total for delta and how long in the -800s?


#6

It is possible that the SAP flight will have a dinner served. SAP is new service and some of the new Latin American flights actually do serve a meal. I would still recommend getting something in ATL though. The meals they are serving today are not near as large as in days gone by.

I have been at Delta for 19 years and flying the -800 for about a year and a half out of ATL since Delta closed our DFW pilot base. I’ve also flown the B-727, B-737-200, B-737-300, B-757, B767, MD-88, and MD-90 while I have been here.

I guess we will pass each other on the 24th since I will be flying the ATL-SAP leg on that day.

I hope you have a good stay down there.

Regards,
Ray