Delta Air Lines passengers flying in the carrier's Main Cabin on international flights will be thrilled to know their flight experience is about to get a whole lot better. Delta could not be more pleased to roll out its reimagined international Main Cabin service as it continually works on raising the bar on hospitality for its customers, no matter whether they fly in coach or premium cabins.

Who but Delta flight attendants know best when it comes to what Main Cabin customers seek while in flight? This is precisely why Delta's upgraded international Main Cabin service has been thoughtfully designed by Delta flight attendants.

Launched very recently on international flights scheduled for 6.5 hours or longer, alongside select shorter international flights where Delta One or Delta Premium Select is offered, the new service is designed to delight Main Cabin passengers with considerate touches the likes of welcome cocktails, hot towel service, bistro-style dining, on-demand snacks and more.

These enhancements have been designed to let Main Cabin customers enjoy their long-haul journey more thoroughly when they fly with Delta. As a token of appreciation for choosing to fly with Delta, the carrier will treat its Main Cabin customers to chocolates during descent.

Delta is confident its customers will appreciate the upgraded international Main Cabin service. As it stands, the service has been rigorously tested and refined and trialed on over 1,200 flights over the past year. And the result has been spectacular as customers took to it very positively.

The newly incorporated international Main Cabin service is part of Delta's multi-billion dollar investment into improving the overall customer experience. You may learn more about the other upgrades Delta has made to the Main Cabin and Delta One experience here.

Denise Bay is a staff writer at GET.com. Email: denise.bay@get.com.