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  • Delta Air Lines upgrades in-flight food presentation
  • Delta Air Lines upgrades in-flight food presentation
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Delta Air Lines upgrades in-flight food presentation

While the masses in economy tuck into another metallic container of disappointing curry and rice, airlines are investing in higher quality in-flight meals for premium customers – upgrading the presentation as well as the content, to improve the mile-high dining experience.

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