Peloton Classes Are Going to Be Available On Your Next Delta Air Lines Flight

A meditation or stretching session while 30,000 feet in the air? Yes, please.

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Peloton is soaring to new heights — literally.

The fitness giant recently teamed up with Delta Air Lines as part of the "Classes in the Clouds" launch, according to People, which will allow passengers to access stretching and medication sessions as part of the airline's in-flight entertainment. The program, which will run from November through early 2022, will feature five classes ranging from five to 20-minute sessions. The classes will also be taught by Peloton instructors Anna Greenberg, Ross Rayburn, Matty Maggiacomo, Chelsea Jackson-Roberts, and Adrian Williams, according to a Peloton press release. (

In an interview with CNN Business on Monday, Jen Cotter, Peloton's chief content officer, said the new initiative with Delta Air Lines will allow folks who may not be familiar with the brand to test out its offerings. "It gives us the chance for people that aren't Peloton members about this accessibility and that we have the best fitness content in the world," said Cotter of the program, which marks the first time Peloton content will be available to non-members. "We know that once someone downloads the Peloton app and tries one of our classes, they're going to fall in love with Peloton."

Cotter also told CNN Business that meditation and stretching classes were chosen because they're "critical to anyone's wellness routine," and that some folks may not even know that Peloton offers such sessions. (

In addition to in-flight offerings, Peloton also announced Monday that its app (Buy It, free through the end of the year — when you sign up between now and Nov. 30 — and then $13 monthly, now features a "Made for Travel" collection, which focuses on maintaining fitness goals after arriving at your destination. There are 41 classes currently available in the collection and include a variety of fitness disciplines, such as outdoor runs, bodyweight, strength, meditation, HIIT cardio, yoga, and more, according to Monday's press release.

Given that traveling can be stressful — especially during this time of year — listening to the soothing voices of some of your favorite Peloton instructors might help you relax aboard your next flight.

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