Hi all! Iranoutofpuns here…
Q: What kind of chocolate do they sell at the airport?
This will be a quick review of a flight that I recently took on Delta Air Lines.
I was flying from Boise International Airport (BOI) to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). The ticket was booked on Delta Airlines, and operated by their regional carrier Delta Connection, operated by SkyWest Airlines. The aircraft that operated the flight was an Embraer E175 regional jet, registered N240SY.
Due to a late booking, I was not assigned seat until I arrived in Boise. Upon arrival, I was greeted with my seat assignment, 5D. This seat is considered a Delta Comfort Plus seat, which allows customers to have
extra leg room, which is very much appreciated. However, upon boarding, I was greeted with an even better sight, the first row of Delta Comfort Plus which gives, even more, leg room on top of the extra room.
The flight was originally scheduled to depart at 7:04 pm Mountain Time with a scheduled arrival time in Seattle at 7:44 pm Pacific Time. However, this changed due to weather in Boise. There was blizzard like conditions around the airport which caused all flights to have to be deiced before departing. This slight delay created a slight delay and led to departure to actually be at 7:30 pm Mountain Time. However, the flight still arrived on time in Seattle, landing just a single minute after the scheduled arrival.
The flight itself was very enjoyable and the service was decent as expected on such a short flight. The extra leg room was utilized to its full extent as my legs were very tired after a long ski trip. The orange juice was just like any other juice served on an airplane and was nothing special nor was it bad.
I would fly Delta again on short flights, such as this, especially if I receive extra leg space in the future. The only issue with Delta is the lack of flights offered to some locations compared to their competitors in certain areas.
A: Plane chocolate…
See you next week!