How to Get Free Prosecco on a Plane Without Flying First Class
Start your trip off right.
Everyone has their go-to drink order on flights — maybe a Bloody Mary, a good old-fashioned ginger ale, or a scotch on the rocks if you're Anthony Bourdain.
But we've officially found your new favorite in-flight beverage.
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Delta Air Lines has added complimentary prosecco to their roster of libations on international flights. The airline has been offering beer, wine, and spirits for years, and is now introducing mini bottles of Avissi prosecco into the mix.
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“Sparkling wine is often the first choice for a celebration and we know how special it is for people to jet off on a trip so we wanted to bring the celebration to them," Lisa Bauer, Delta’s vice president of on-board services, said in a statement.
Granted, the option is only available on long-haul, international flights. You certainly will need a sip of bubbly if you’re flying for hours on end.
So if you’re flying off on a whirlwind vacation to somewhere like Paris, Rome, or London, consider this your perfect toast.