Delta Improves Amenity Kits with Luxury Products from Kiehl’s

Jul 12, 2016

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One of the many perks of traveling in a premium cabin on a long-haul flight is receiving an amenity kit to help you arrive at your destination more alert and refreshed. However, some airlines do better than others when it comes to providing premium products for their customers. And in the US, Delta seems to be leading the way. The airline has partnered with two famous luxury brands to up the ante on its amenity kits for Delta One passengers on select flights.

The case itself is made by Tumi, a luggage brand synonymous with quality and luxury all around the world, which has provided amenity kit bags for Delta over the past few years. There will be two varieties of the case — one will offer a hard shell and the other will be a soft case. Delta has teamed up with luxury cosmetics brand Kiehl’s to outfit the inside of the kit.

All of the new kits will feature Kiehl’s Lip Balm #1 and grapefruit-scented Deluxe Hand and Body Lotion with Aloe Vera and Oatmeal. Delta’s improved amenity kits were introduced as of July 1 and will be available to Delta One passengers on all transoceanic international flights as well as transcontinental routes in the US — from New York (JFK) to Los Angeles (LAX) and San Francisco (SFO).

Have you gotten to try out Delta’s new amenity kits yet?

Featured image courtesy of Delta Air Lines.

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