After cutting back on in-flight food offerings because of the coronavirus, Delta Air Lines is using its leftovers to help those in need. They’re donating more than 200-thousand pounds of perishable and non-perishable food to organizations that can use it, including hospitals and food banks.
The food comes from both items offered on flights and in Delta Sky Clubs. The airline is teaming up with groups including Feeding America to help get the unused food to those who need it. Delta Sky Clubs in some airports, including Los Angeles International and John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, are donating their unused food to first responders, local churches and charities.
Source:Travel and Leisure
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