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Delta Rolls Out New 737-800 Interiors, Adds Delta One Seats on A350

Delta Air Lines is improving the in-flight experience for its premium customers with the latest rollout of its new first-class seats on its 737-800s. These new seats were first introduced on Delta’s A321neo aircraft in 2022. Travelers can look forward to this luxurious upgrade on select Boeing 737-800 aircraft starting this month. The airline has also announced adding more premium seats to its A350 aircraft.

Delta Airlines First Class seats, first introduced on A321neo, are now rolling out on 737-800s.
Delta Airlines First Class seats, first introduced on A321neo, are now rolling out on 737-800s.

New Delta First Class Seats

With these state-of-the-art seats, passengers can expect enhanced privacy, greater comfort, and more space to stow personal belongings. The seat also offers a roomy tray table, perfect for work and dining in the skies. This upgrade is part of Delta’s continual efforts to refine the travel experience and cater to the needs of discerning flyers.

Delta Elevates the Passenger Experience

Cabin interior of Delta 737-800 aircraft.

Delta Air Lines is revamping its in-flight passenger experience with a series of cabin upgrades across several aircraft types. These enhancements are part of Delta’s customer experience commitment and aim to provide superior in-flight entertainment and increased fuel efficiency.

“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,” said Mauricio Parise, Vice President of Brand Experience. “Enhancing our aircraft interiors with select retrofits will give customers more premium options to choose from.”

Upgraded Features on Boeing 737-800 Aircraft

Delta Boeing 737-800

Passengers flying on select Boeing 737-800 aircraft will soon enjoy an enhanced Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin experience. Each seat will feature new 10-inch Panasonic seatback screens, offering access to over 1,000 hours of premium entertainment at no extra cost through Delta Studio. This feature reaffirms Delta’s dedication to entertainment options for travelers.

Additionally, the airline is upgrading the aircraft’s lavatories with touchless amenities, increasing cleanliness and convenience for passengers.

Fuel Efficiency and Winglet Updates

Exterior improvements are also on the horizon with the installation of split-scimitar winglets on the aircraft. This upgrade is not just cosmetic; it’s an eco-friendly move that significantly boosts the plane’s fuel efficiency. The new winglets will save around 3.3 million gallons of fuel each year, reflecting Delta’s commitment to sustainability.

Continued Delta Cabin Enhancements

The cabin upgrades reinforce Delta’s continual investment in its fleet. The airline has previously completed comprehensive cabin refurbishments on its Boeing 767-400ER aircraft, among other widebodies, by fitting them with the new Delta Premium Select cabins. Looking ahead, Delta plans to extend cabin upgrades to select Boeing 757 and widebody aircraft, promising additional enhancements to elevate the travel experience for its customers.

Stay tuned for more updates as Delta aims to lead in flying comfort, entertainment, and operational efficiency.

More Delta One Seats On A350-900s

Luxury and comfort are becoming increasingly important features of air travel among passengers. Delta Air Lines is responding to this trend by upgrading its fleet to enhance the premium travel experience. The flagship Airbus A350-900 aircraft will feature even more Delta One Suites, known for their award-winning lie-flat design, providing passengers with a sumptuous space during long-haul flights.

Soon, the A350-900 will boast an impressive 40 Delta One Suites, ensuring more passengers can enjoy the ultimate in-flight comfort. Alongside the Delta One expansion, there will be 40 seats in the Delta Premium Select cabin. This premium economy service offers more space and additional amenities than the Main Cabin, striking a perfect balance between luxury and affordability.

For those who need extra legroom to stretch out, Delta Comfort+ provides 36 seats with enhanced space to make your journey more enjoyable. For the cost-conscious traveler, there are still 159 Main Cabin seats available, where one can expect Delta’s high-standard service without the premium price tag.

The newly configured A350-900 will take to the skies in Summer 2024, marking a significant upgrade to Delta’s fleet and a firm commitment to improving the passenger experience. Whether opting for the cocoon-like comfort of Delta One Suites or the value-conscious Main Cabin, Delta’s aircraft enhancements promise to meet diverse traveler needs with improved options.


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