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Delta Air Lines has made this announcement:
Beginning this weekend, customers booking travel on select trans-Pacific and trans-Atlantic routes will be able to choose from all four branded seat products – Delta One suites, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin – for the first time on board retrofitted 777 aircraft.
This move is the latest in Delta’s effort to offer a well-defined range of experiences for customers traveling for business, leisure or both. Offering all four seat experiences on one aircraft gives customers greater choice than ever before, allowing them to make more tailored plans.
Flights featuring the newly modified 777 that will be available for sale January 5, 2019 include:
Last year, Delta announced a full-fleet interior renovation of its 777 aircraft to include the award-winning Delta One suite and the popular Delta Premium Select experience – all while maintaining nine-abreast seating in Main Cabin. Delta Comfort+ will be added to the four 777s already modified and the remaining 14 777s will embark on their four seat product transformation in 2019. Delta Flight Products is managing the 777 fleet modernization.
Comfort+ seating on an Airbus 330-300 (333). –
In addition to the four seat products, customers can look forward to a state-of-the-art interior featuring seat-back entertainment screens, full-spectrum LED ambient lighting and Gogo Ku Wi-Fi connectivity with free mobile messaging. Delta’s retrofitted 777s will also feature 18.5” wide Main Cabin seats – the widest of Delta’s international fleet.
All photos by Delta.