Apparently there is such a thing as a free lunch — at Delta Air Lines.
The Atlanta-based carrier announced that it will offer free meals for all passengers on several long-haul domestic flights — a service that many airlines eliminated about a decade ago in the face of tight budgets and fierce competition.
Starting March 1, Delta will offer free meals throughout the cabin on flights between John F. Kennedy International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport as well as between JFK and San Francisco International Airport. On April 24, the airline will expand the free meal offering to 10 other major routes, including Boston-Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.-Los Angeles.
The airline will hand out meals such as a breakfast sandwich in the morning and a veggie wrap for lunch. Continu reading