This U.S. Airline Is Testing Out Three Course Meals In Economy

Economy class isn’t what it once was. With seats seemingly shrinking by the minute and free perks few and far between, more and more people are opting for budget airlines over major carriers.

However, Delta Airlines is hoping to lure money-conscious passengers back by offering complimentary three-course meals and sparkling wine.

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Guests will receive their choice of three Bellinis (or sparkling water) upon takeoff, and meals will be served in courses on real plates with white cloth napkins. Passengers will also be able to peruse a menu before selecting their meal.

Though the program is only being trialed between Portland, Oregon and Tokyo, Japan at the moment, the airline says it will roll out the meal service to other international flights if the testing is successful.