However, one of Coulter's last tweets Saturday that she had not been offered any compensation or apology for her woes. She also tried to arrange for the CEO of Delta to appear on a radio program she was slated to appear on.
The Atlanta-based airline responded to the controversial media figure, who was traveling on Delta Flight 2852 from NY to West Palm Beach, Florida, by chiding her for what it described as "derogatory and slanderous" posts about its customers and employees.
Coulter was mocked online for having a meltdown after the airline switched her seat with a family who wanted to sit together.
The flight's crew reported that despite initial confusion with the seats, all customers complied with the changes and there were no problems or concerns escalated.
This event led Coulter to call Delta the "worst airline in America" followed by pictures of her seatmates and a Delta flight attendant in an attempt to publicly shame them.
At this point, co-host Sunny Hostin jumped in to point out the hypocrisy of Coulter becoming a white-hot emotional mess after losing her airplane seat.
Following Delta's response on Sunday, Coulter - who is 6-feet tall - clarified the matter was not about $30.
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- Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) July 15, 2017Suck-ass @Delta spends all this $$$ on lovely aircraft & then hire Nurse Ratchets as flight attendants & gate agents.
The 55-year-old often slams liberals and people of colour for playing the "victim card."
The #Tweet storm between conservative commentator #Ann Coulter and #Delta Airlines continued unabated.
Delta, for their part, responded to Coulter's complaints just like they would any other person - by asking her to direct message their official Twitter account with her flight information.
Back when almost everyone else on the planet seemed outraged at United Airlines over the violent de-seating of a paying passenger, Ann Coulter, as she so often does, shared her own unique take.
"The country will be overwhelmed, more than it already is, with the third world", she said. "Her actions are unnecessary and unacceptable", said the Delta statement.
Ann Coulter wants everyone to know that we're STILL mad at airlines! The number of extra-space seats is generally pretty limited, so I usually don't feel compelled to review my seat option multiple times.
"$30!", she tweeted back to Delta.