Delta Now Serves Starbucks

Staff Writer
Starbucks coffee is now available on all Delta and Delta connection flights around the world

Photo Sasabune Omakase Modified: Flickr/erin/CC 4.0

Delta is now serving Starbucks on its flights. 

While they probably won’t be asking you your name (and subsequently spelling it wrong), flight attendants at Delta Air Lines are now serving Starbucks coffee on all Delta and Delta connection flights around the world.

To celebrate, Delta has commissioned artists from around the world to create three, larger-than-life art installations made solely out of Starbucks cups in Terminal 4 at New York’s - JFK International Airport. 

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London: The Big Ben sculpture by Shotopop artists Carin Standford and Michael Crozier, unveiled by Delta Air Lines at JFK’s Terminal 4 on February 4, 2015 to celebrate the debut of Starbucks© coffee onboard every Delta and Delta Connection flight around the globe.

 

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 Sao Paolo:  The Carnival Float sculpture by Francesca Signori, unveiled by Delta Air Lines at JFK’s Terminal 4 on February 4, 2015 to celebrate the debut of Starbucks© coffee onboard every Delta and Delta Connection flight around the globe.

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 Tokyo:  The Sensoji Temple sculpture by Jeff Nishinaka, unveiled by Delta Air Lines at JFK’s Terminal 4 on February 4, 2015 to celebrate the debut of Starbucks© coffee onboard every Delta and Delta Connection flight around the globe. 

February 4 through February 8, Delta will host a social media contest on Instagram and Twitter asking travelers: “If you could fly anywhere Deta flies and enjoy Starbucks coffee along the way, where would you go?”

Entrants should write their desired destination on a coffee cup and upload it using the hashtag #DeltaCupContest. The winner will be selected at random to receive a ticket to anywhere Delta Flies. For complete rules click here.