French-born, but New York-raised, artisanal fragrance brand Le Labo is making its way into the new range of Delta’s Delta One TUMI amenity kits this month. Expanding their passenger experience reach and connecting ground and in-flight products, the range will also be housed in more than 50 Delta Sky Clubs later this year too.
Delta will feature basil-scented formulas from Le Labo’s plant-based Body-Hair-Face collection. “Delta and Le Labo share a passion for connecting people and places through personalized experiences,” said Ekrem Dimbiloglu, Delta’s Director — Onboard Product and Customer Experience.
“That passion, along with Le Labo’s dedication to the highest standards of quality, make it a natural choice in our efforts to create delightful moments throughout the travel experience for our customers.”
Delta is also continuing its strong partnership with TUMI that has been providing Delta premium customers with complimentary TUMI travel kits in flight since 2013. However regular passengers will notice a difference, as the airline is doing away with the plastic wrap.
Building off the industry’s work to reduce single-use plastics, Delta is keeping sustainability top of mind with this product refresh. Through simple enhancements that remove plastic bags from the TUMI kits, the airline will divert 30,951 pounds of plastic from landfills in one year. That’s equivalent to the weight of one Delta CRJ-200 jet — in addition to Delta’s extensive efforts to implement more sustainable options across the travel experience.
In addition to refreshed Delta One kits, the airline is introducing new amenity kits for Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin long-haul customers. The kits feature a refreshed look and feel, new items and “thoughtful design enhancements.” Additionally, Delta’s new Main Cabin and Delta Comfort+ kits have been updated to include packaging sourced from customer photos, featuring real snapshots from around the globe curated through #SkyMilesLife.