American Airlines will before long be wheeling around its beverage cart to premium class flyers.

The Fort Worth-based air carrier will bring back its beverage service on all domestic premium cabins beginning May 1, the airline said on Monday. It’s the most recent move by a airline to bring back pre-pandemic in-flight services as a millions of Americans become vaccinated against COVID-19 prompting travelers to feel more good flying.

Passengers seated in the main cabin will be offered a choice of beverages starting June 1, and the airline will bring back its spirits this summer. American said it worked with the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, an union representing in excess of 26,000 crew members, and medical experts to decide how to securely once again reintroduce its food and beverage program.

“American’s reintroduction of beverage service is a careful and informed process to ensure everyone on board feels safe and comfortable,” said Brady Byrnes, Vice President of Flight Service.

Various major U.S. airlines have reverted back to pre-pandemic policies in the midst of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s new direction saying that individuals who are completely vaccinated against the Covid can travel safely domestically without getting tested or having to quarantine. The CDC is as yet advancing proceeded with mask wearing and social distancing.

United a week ago continued its regular boarding process saying its travelers not, at this point needed to get onto the plane from the back to front. Southwest Airlines also reverted back to its pre-pandemic boarding process in March currently boarding passengers in groups of 30, as per USA Today, and furthermore once again introduced its food and beverages on flights.