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Delta C+ instruction sheet to flight attendants. OY! OH, my. Enjoy?

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Delta Comfort Plus FA instrutions

What do you think? Comments? Oh and please, this is a PG-13 blog so keep them clean! – René

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16 Comments

  1. So Comfort+ passengers board at the same time as first class (Sky Priority)?

    • @William – No, they board SKY. As it turn out – shuushhh, don’t tell anyone, DM will board with 1st class 😉

  2. On flights MSP to lga and ewr to MSP they started this. Turns out for these flights at least that the old fc snack basket is what they are offering. Kit Kat bars goldfish and the Minelo (sp?) cookies.

    Was in first and offered these as fa walked back up with basket. Asked about brownie bites and was told this is the new basket to be used by both first and c+. If so that stinks.

  3. Wow…I knew Delta was stingy, but really, “…offering a choice of one peanut…” That will fill me up for a long flight. Looks like in a couple of places grammar isn’t Delta’s strong suit.

  4. Don’t see why they can’t do something similar to the checked pink tags, for the E+ customers to designate their bags in the overhead. Easy enough, and super simple to police.

  5. Actually sounds decent if the FA’s are in a good mood, might get more than just the 1 pass of drinks. Though the instructions to not police the overhead space is a bummer.

    Horray for the new upgrade class…

  6. So the dedicated overhead bin space is an outright lie. Delta is caught red handed there. Good at least to see they will offer drink refills in C+.

  7. Oooh – customers can grab more than 1 snacks.

    @Kurt – it’s marked, but they don’t enforce it to avoid confrontations. How’s that a lie?

    • @ptahcha – It was marketed as DEDICATED overhead space. By definition that means:
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      “set apart or reserved for a specific use or purpose”
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      Thus if others get to use it, it is NOT dedicated. That simple and it was not true as advertized.

  8. Last year delta initiated medallion cocktails and included the description of the cocktails in the DM credentials package I received and also published it in Sky magazine. For months and months I asked FAs about these drinks and 90% of the time they said they had never heard of them. Maybe this will be better.

  9. Last year delta initiated the medallion cocktails and included the description on these drinks in my DM credentials package and also published it in Sky magazine. For months and months after that I would ask FAs about these drinks and 90% of the time they said they had never heard of them. Maybe this will be better.

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  11. I don’t see why they cannot serve decent food like the European airlines. A flight from FRA to LHR takes about 50 minutes and you are served a sandwich plus refreshments. For 3 hours on DL you get a packet of peanuts!!!!

    • @IanM – Agree but they do not have to because the competition does not do it here!

  12. Jane Kramer Reply

    On a flight today and the flight attendants had no idea that drinks were now free in Comfort +. I had to show them the website.

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