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Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Mon May 21, 2012 12:30 am

Hello, this is my first trip report so please bear with me. A few months ago I went on Delta First Class to a wedding in Long Island, New York. I originally booked an Economy fare but was notified by email that I was upgraded to First class the morning before the flight. Sweet!  

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FLL-LGA
Flight #: Delta 1698
Date: April 6, 2012
Cabin: Seat 2D, First Class
Aircraft: MD-88

Arriving at the airport, I quickly checked my bags at the curbside checked baggage desk. Check in with the automated kiosk was fast and painless, and I headed to the Fast track TSA line.

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Check-In

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Check-In Desks and Kiosks


This sign confused me- I thought Delta's Business Class is BusinessElite, so why did they also state "Business Class"? Could this be referring to a codeshare airline's similar level of service?

This is where I saw a family, consisting of two parents and two babies. They held up the line for at least ten minutes and let their children run around the security checkpoint like a playground. Finally, a TSA agent gently told them to keep their kids in line (no pun intended).

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TSA Line at FLL

I had a smidgen of time before I had to board the flight, so I headed to the FLL Delta Skyclub. Showing my Platinum Medallion Skymiles Card, I was quickly granted access and went to grab a table.

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Delta FLL Skyclub entrance

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FLL DL Skyclub in the morning

The club had a full bar and a variety of juices. I elected for some Orange and Cranberry juice.

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FLL Skyclub Bar

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My drink selections.

I then decided to check out the food selection. Actual food (in my experience) has been scarce in most Delta-name Skyclubs. This one had some pastries and a hot oatmeal option, but it was out. The attendant put in some more oatmeal, but it was really watery, so I passed on it.

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Delta Sky Club Pastry Selection

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Delta 767 parked right infront of the Skyclub. I don't know where it was headed to, may someone please inform me?  

After drinking my juice and scarfing down some pastries, I headed to the gate.

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Check-in desk for the flight to LGA

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My ride to LGA, a Delta MD-88.

Within a few minutes, a female employee came over the loudspeaker and announced that it was time for First Class passengers to board. Walking up to the desk, I showed my boarding pass and walked briskly down to the plane through the jetway.

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Walking down the jetway to the MD-88.

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Boarding the MD-88

I boarded the plane, and sat down in 2D. To my slight dismay, the family that I had seen earlier had claimed the entire last row of First Class for them and their children. Thankfully, they didn't run around like they did at the TSA line, but they sure did make a lot of noise.
Waiting at our seats was a bottle of Dasani water, a pillow, and a red blanket.

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Delta First Class seats

Amenities on the DL MD-88s include eMPower ports, Wi-Fi, and (First Class only) complimentary meal service. There was is no IFE onboard this flight.

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First cabin during boarding

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Complimentary Dasani water (First Class only)

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Rear of First seat.

Soon, the Economy pax boarded and we taxied to the runway. We made an eastern departure and then turned to the north to begin our journey to LGA.
Soon, a female flight attendant came around, taking everyone's meal orders. The choice was between a chicken marinara sandwich or cold chicken salad. I got the sandwich, my seatmate got the salad.

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Chicken marinara sandwich, lettuce/tomato toppings, fresh fruit, brownie, and Ruffles potato chips. Drink is a Coke.

The sandwich was downright delicious, the chicken was marinated perfectly and the sandwich roll was buttered. The marinara sauce was the icing on the cake. The fruit was good as well, but the brownie was a little hard. I saved the chips for later.

Soon, we started our approach into LGA.

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Approach into LGA, showing the NYC suburbs.

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Final approach into LGA.

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A warm welcome to New York after touchdown.

We made a relatively brisk taxi to the gate at LGA.

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Two ERJ-175s, one Air Canada and one Delta. For some reason, I can't get enough of the ERJ 175/190, probably because the look like a mini Boeing jet!  

We delpaned, and I decided to go to the Skyclub. I headed there, but on the way, I realized that I didn't have enough time to do much of anything there, so I went to my hotel.

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Hilton Garden Inn.

After I checked in to my room, I went on my email account and discovered that i had been upgraded on the flight back as well! Such luck!  

Soon, the wedding was over and it was time to head home. I turned my rental car into the Avis after filling it up at the exorbitantly-priced gas station at JFK. As soon as I left the car, I looked behind me and saw one of Korean Air's A388s roar into the sky above me. I didn't have time to get my camera, so no picture, ah well.

FLL-LGA
Flight #: Delta Flight 127
Date: April 8, 2012
Cabin: Seat 4A, First Class
Aircraft: 737-800

I headed to the Check-in area. Much to my surprise, Delta had an exclusive check in desk for First Class, BusinessElite, and Medallion members. I was checked in almost immediately, and headed to the Fast Track TSA line.

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Delta Premium Check-In at JFK

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View from the Premium TSA line at JFK.

After clearing security, I headed up to the JFK skyclub. Unlike at other airports, JFK's Delta Skyclub has no windows, unfortunately. I grabbed some biscoff and had a coke at the bar. Soon, it was time for boarding.

At the gate, a massive mob had formed in front of the the boarding area. I had to practically elbow my way through to the Sky Priority Lane. First Class passengers were called to board and I walked down the jetway to the 738.

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First Class cabin during boarding. I was later asked to switch to 4A so a couple could sit together, to which I accepted. A pre-departure drink was served, in a plastic cup (in the air, Delta uses glassware)


Delta First Class seats during boarding

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Pre-derpature drink, a coke.

After I was switched to 4A, and the rest of the Economy pax boarded, we taxied out to the runway, and took off to the west before turning to the south to line up with FLL. Despite being a few minutes longer then the flight from LGA, there was only a snack basket service offered on this flight. I'm not complaining though, they had some good food in it.   Drinks were also served, this time in glassware.

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In-flight beverages.

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Snack basket, first pass.

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Snack basket, second pass.

The rest of the flight was rather uneventful. I was on a one of the non-IFE-equipped DL 738s> Instead, they had fold-down monitors from the flight service units.

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Fold-down monitors.

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Delta 737-800 First Class Cabin during flight.

eMPower ports and inflight WiFi were also offered. I started to flip through Delta's Sky Magazine, but I stopped on the fleet page.

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Delta omitted the Saab 340B! Where did it go?

We quickly started to come in to FLL, and soon we were on approach.

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Approach over I95 into FLL.

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Final approach into FLL. You can see a Zero-G 727 in the background, a rare visitor to FLL. I also saw a DC-3, but the plane was going too fast for me to snap a picture of it.

Thereafter, we taxied to the gate and deplaned. It was fast, and I headed to the baggage claim. The Sky Priority tags sure helped my bags move off the line quick!

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My 738 from JFK after deplaning.

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FLL Delta/Air Canada/Condor baggage claim.

After I got my bags, I headed up to the loading ramp and went home.

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FLL Red terminal loading/dropoff ramp.
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Thanks in advance for all responses. I really enjoyed writing my first trip report.  

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FlyASAGuy2005
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Mon May 21, 2012 1:22 am

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
Delta 767 parked right infront of the Skyclub. I don't know where it was headed to, may someone please inform me?

Upgrade from a 757 for that day. It was ship 126 came in that morning as 2226 turning 2226 @ 1015.

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
This sign confused me- I thought Delta's Business Class is BusinessElite, so why did they also state "Business Class"? Could this be referring to a codeshare airline's similar level of service?

There are many, many international flights that are on domestic a/c but get the "Business Class" name. True Business Elite is not only the hard product but service; usually found on inter-continental flights.

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
Despite being a few minutes longer then the flight from LGA, there was only a snack basket service offered on this flight.

There's a threshold for what we like to call "all day" meals. The flight has to be at least X miles long to get a meal service regardless of time of day. I believe it's anything over 1300 mile. Now, this is only between morning hours and about 2100. For example ATL-LAX @ 2145 won't have a meal even though it's over 1300 miles. However, JFK-SEA would have a meal at that time. Everything sub 1300 miles does not get a meal service between 1400 and 1600.

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
Delta omitted the Saab 340B! Where did it go?

The Mighty Saabs exited the fleet some months back!

I always enjoy DL TRs. Thanks for your work!

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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Mon May 21, 2012 1:36 am

Very nice first trip report. Glad to see you enjoyed your experience on Delta. Its always nice to get upgraded to first!!!
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Mon May 21, 2012 1:40 am

Thanks for the TR! ... I can't believe it but it never occurred to me that DL had a lounge at FLL (which is slightly closer to me than MIA) - especially given how much they have down-gauged since the 90s when it was common to see 3 L10s there at the same time. I can get in there with my Amex so I will definitely give it ago before the year is out.

Gotta say that sandwich looked pretty good. I did a F r/t FLL-LGA on DL (762s IIRC) about a decade ago and both the breakfast ex-FLL and dinner ex-LGA were pretty good - much better than what US was serving in F between FLL and PIT in the same era.

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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Mon May 21, 2012 10:01 pm

Quoting Womack17 (Reply 2):
Very nice first trip report. Glad to see you enjoyed your experience on Delta. Its always nice to get upgraded to first!!!

Thanks! Delta is one of my favorite airlines.  
Quoting ZaphodB (Reply 3):
Thanks for the TR! ... I can't believe it but it never occurred to me that DL had a lounge at FLL (which is slightly closer to me than MIA) - especially given how much they have down-gauged since the 90s when it was common to see 3 L10s there at the same time. I can get in there with my Amex so I will definitely give it ago before the year is out.

Gotta say that sandwich looked pretty good. I did a F r/t FLL-LGA on DL (762s IIRC) about a decade ago and both the breakfast ex-FLL and dinner ex-LGA were pretty good - much better than what US was serving in F between FLL and PIT in the same era.

I mostly see 752s and 753s, an occasional 767, and a single RJ operating a service to Tallahassee.
The food was good! I would have preferred an actual desert instead of a wrapped one. Oh well, you can't win them all.

Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 1):

I always enjoy DL TRs. Thanks for your work!

Thanks for that information. I remember taking a 767 FLL/LGA awhile ago, although I believe that route is now served mostly by a 752?
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Tue May 22, 2012 1:32 am

Quoting LPDAL (Reply 4):
and a single RJ operating a service to Tallahassee

Ah yes ... that'll come in handy when I win the powerball   
 
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Tue May 22, 2012 1:41 am

How come the fleet page doesn't list the 767-300?
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Tue May 22, 2012 2:53 am

Quoting COEWR2587 (Reply 6):
How come the fleet page doesn't list the 767-300?

Space. Notice the 77E, 753, MD88, DC9, 73G, 319, CR2/CR7, E170 isn't pictured. If you look closely there's a caption in red under the a/c secs/information. It's clear in the 738 section. It reads "Includes the 737-700 and 737-900ER (arriving 2013)) That little caption is under all the a/c pictured listing the other a/c not pictured.
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Tue May 22, 2012 3:34 am

Nice trip report! NYC-FLL is a pretty competitive market, glad to see Delta making a good effort!

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
Showing my Platinum Medallion Skymiles Card, I was quickly granted access and went to grab a table.

Do you have a SkyClub membership? A platinum medallion card by itself is not enough to get you into the lounge unless you are on an international SkyTeam member flight... Being in first doesn't get you into the lounge either UNLESS you are in first on one of a few transcons, like JFK-LAX....

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
Unlike at other airports, JFK's Delta Skyclub has no windows, unfortunately.

Delta actually has FOUR SkyClubs at JFK...one in T2 and three in T3. From your security line photo it is clear that you entered T2...the one skyclub in T2 does have windows...but they look out into the first floor of the terminal (great for people watching!)
 
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Tue May 22, 2012 4:29 am

Quoting burj (Reply 8):
Do you have a SkyClub membership? A platinum medallion card by itself is not enough to get you into the lounge unless you are on an international SkyTeam member flight... Being in first doesn't get you into the lounge either UNLESS you are in first on one of a few transcons, like JFK-LAX....

Maybe he meant DL branded Plat AmEx card? I meant to ask that question too but forgot.
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Tue May 22, 2012 9:51 pm

Hi

Great trip report, thanks for sharing! We don't see to many domestic F reports anymore around here.
Delta seemed to look pretty nice, just a bit of a wel-used cabin IMO.

Greetings
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Fri May 25, 2012 12:57 pm

Hi LPDAL,

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
Hello, this is my first trip report so please bear with me.

Thanks for putting together your first trip report. Good effort and thanks for writing up.

Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 1):
Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
Despite being a few minutes longer then the flight from LGA, there was only a snack basket service offered on this flight.

There's a threshold for what we like to call "all day" meals. The flight has to be at least X miles long to get a meal service regardless of time of day. I believe it's anything over 1300 mile. Now, this is only between morning hours and about 2100. For example ATL-LAX @ 2145 won't have a meal even though it's over 1300 miles. However, JFK-SEA would have a meal at that time. Everything sub 1300 miles does not get a meal service between 1400 and 1600.

I am shocked by the meager portion of catering served on the return leg! F class and only biscuits and snacks? In Europe one can expect a meal on most intra-European legs in C (which is the F here). This is incredible.

How does UA and AA do? I suppose they probably have similar catering standards...
 
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Sat May 26, 2012 1:26 pm

Good TR, but be careful about taking pictures at the security checkpoints. This has been a no-no even before 9/11.
 
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Sat May 26, 2012 5:32 pm

Nice report, and lucky you got 2 upgrades! How come the service is different on the two legs. The outbound looks great (DL must have the best looking trays in the industry!), but the return looks like a poor economy class.
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Sat May 26, 2012 6:49 pm

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
Hello, this is my first trip report so please bear with me

Hi There and welcome  
Very nice first report, thanks for sharing! Delta Domestic F looks nice.

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
I originally booked an Economy fare but was notified by email that I was upgraded to First class the morning before the flight. Sweet!
Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
I went on my email account and discovered that i had been upgraded on the flight back as well! Such luck!

Very nice to get 2 upgrades!

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
I got the sandwich

Looks quite tasty, much better then your "food" options on the return journey

cheers,
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Sat May 26, 2012 7:23 pm

Quoting burj (Reply 8):

Do you have a SkyClub membership? A platinum medallion card by itself is not enough to get you into the lounge unless you are on an international SkyTeam member flight... Being in first doesn't get you into the lounge either UNLESS you are in first on one of a few transcons, like JFK-LAX....

Yes, I have that also, sorry for the ambiguous statement.  
Quoting burj (Reply 8):
Delta actually has FOUR SkyClubs at JFK...one in T2 and three in T3. From your security line photo it is clear that you entered T2...the one skyclub in T2 does have windows...but they look out into the first floor of the terminal (great for people watching!)

Yes, I believe that was the one I was in. If you go straight ahead after clearing security, there is a Skyclub above a few fast food restaurants. That was the one I was in.

Quoting burj (Reply 8):
Nice trip report! NYC-FLL is a pretty competitive market, glad to see Delta making a good effort!

Thank you! I really enjoyed writing it.

Quoting MSS658 (Reply 10):
Hi

Great trip report, thanks for sharing! We don't see to many domestic F reports anymore around here.
Delta seemed to look pretty nice, just a bit of a wel-used cabin IMO.

Greetings
Marc

I like to take pictures of everything for flavor: The seats, the gate, etc.. About the cabin, yes, it was well used. On the first leg my seatback appeared to have sharpie marker on it. The return leg's seat had trash (including a boarding pass) in the seatback pocket, as well as mini-M&M candy and dust in the crevices.  Wow!
Quoting mdavies06 (Reply 11):

Thanks for putting together your first trip report. Good effort and thanks for writing up.

It was my pleasure! I hope to write many more in the future.

Quoting mdavies06 (Reply 11):
am shocked by the meager portion of catering served on the return leg! F class and only biscuits and snacks? In Europe one can expect a meal on most intra-European legs in C (which is the F here). This is incredible.

How does UA and AA do? I suppose they probably have similar catering standards...

Yes, I would have much appreciated a meal instead of "snacks". Speaking of Europe, I remember a particular flight from Munich to Copenhagen in economy on Lufthansa, and they provided a free sandwich which was delicious. I don't see that happening in US airlines very often nowadays, unfortunately.

As for AA and UA, I haven't traveled on them in years (I fly Delta pretty much every time). I can imagine there food might be different.

Quoting phatfarmlines (Reply 12):
Good TR, but be careful about taking pictures at the security checkpoints. This has been a no-no even before 9/11.

Ah, thanks for the heads up.  
Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 13):
Nice report, and lucky you got 2 upgrades! How come the service is different on the two legs. The outbound looks great (DL must have the best looking trays in the industry!), but the return looks like a poor economy class.

There's only minimal difference between Delta non-transcon domestic flight's First and economy. The differences are a bigger seat, more recline, a pre-deperature drink,, and complimentary meals or snacks. You also get priority boarding.

Quoting adamspotter (Reply 14):

Hi There and welcome
Very nice first report, thanks for sharing! Delta Domestic F looks nice.

It is very nice, and the service is great.  
Quoting adamspotter (Reply 14):

Very nice to get 2 upgrades!

It was the luck of the draw. Hat's off to Delta.  
Quoting adamspotter (Reply 14):
Looks quite tasty, much better then your "food" options on the return journey

I agree!
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Sat May 26, 2012 7:24 pm

I'm not a fan of that seat in F for DL but the food looks great. How is boarding handled at DL? Is it a ginormous cf like UA & US? Thanks for sharing.   
 
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RE: Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

Sat May 26, 2012 7:26 pm

Quoting fxramper (Reply 16):
I'm not a fan of that seat in F for DL but the food looks great. How is boarding handled at DL? Is it a ginormous cf like UA & US? Thanks for sharing.

The boarding of the flight at FLL was very orderly and done by class of service and accommodations, while the boarding at JFK was almost a riot, a large mob in front of the gate!  

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