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Delta Air Lines Begins 737-800 Cabin Refresh and Expands Delta One Cabin on A350-900s

Delta Air Lines is refreshing the cabins on select aircraft in their Boeing 737-800 fleet, which will feature the carrier’s newest First Class seat.  Delta is also expanding the Delta One cabin on their Airbus A350-900 fleet.


Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-800 - Courtesy Delta Air Lines

On Tuesday (January 30, 2023), Delta Air Lines announced that this month their newest First Class seat will begin rolling out on select refreshed Boeing 737-800s.  The new seat first debuted on Delta’s Airbus A321neo in 2022, and offers more privacy and comfort, additional storage, and a sturdier tray table.  As part of the 737-800 refresh, Delta is also renewing Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin on select aircraft, which includes Panasonic 10-inch seatback screens, enabling over 1,000 hours of free premium Delta Studio onboard entertainment.  Other upgrades include refreshed lavatories with touchless features.  The airframe of select Delta Boeing 737-800s are also being upgraded with split-scimitar winglets, which will save nearly 3.3 million gallons of fuel annually.  Additionally, Delta is expanding the Delta One cabin on their Airbus A350-900 fleet.


In Tuesday’s announcement, Delta’s Vice President of Brand Experience, Mauricio Parise, said,


“Delta is committed to creating a consistent and elevated customer experience across all touchpoints of the travel journey, which includes offering the best products for our customers while in-flight.  Enhancing our aircraft interiors with select retrofits will give customers more premium options to choose from.” 


Delta's New 737-800 First Class Seat and Other Cabin Upgrades - Courtesy Delta Air Lines


These cabin upgrades are the latest step in Delta’s total commitment to elevating the guest experience at every touchpoint.  In recent years, the carrier competed noise-to-tail refreshes of their Boeing 767-400ER fleet and other widebody aircraft, including the installation of Delta Premium Select cabins.  Additional upgrades are planned for Delta’s Boeing 757 fleet. 


Delta One Suite Onboard Airbus A350-900 Fleet - Courtesy Delta Air Lines

As previously mentioned, Delta is also expanding the Delta One cabin on their A350-900s with the addition of eight more award-winning lie-flat suites.  With the expansion, Delta’s A350-900s will soon feature 40 Delta One Suites, 40 Premium Select, 36 extra-legroom seats in Delta Comfort+ and 159 Main Cabin seats.  The first modified A350-900 is scheduled to enter service in summer 2024.  


Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) is the global U.S. airline leader in safety, innovation, reliability and customer experience.  The carrier operates over 4,000 daily flights across more than 280 destinations on six continents.  Delta has over 100,000 team members and has served over 190 million customers in 2023.  The airline operates significant hubs and key markets in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, London-Heathrow, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Minneapolis-St. Paul, New York-JFK and LaGuardia, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Seoul-Incheon and Tokyo.  For the last decade, Delta has led the industry in operational excellence, while maintaining their reputation for award-winning customer service.



Source: Delta Air Lines

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