As Delta takes delivery of more A350-900
aircraft and refurbishes additional B777-200ER and LR aircraft,
more passengers will be able to experience Delta One suite, Delta Premium Select and nine-abreast seating in the main cabin.
will soon be able to fly the new and refurbished
aircraft on the five following trans-Pacific routes:
Paul (MSP) – Tokyo-Haneda (HND) 777-200ER from 16 Nov westbound;
17 Nov eastbound;
Atlanta (ATL) – Tokyo-Narita 777-200ER from 1 March westbound;
2 March eastbound;
Seattle (SEA) –
Tokyo-Narita A350-900 from 1 March westbound; 2 March eastbound;
Los Angeles (LAX) – Tokyo-Haneda (HND) A350-900
from 31 March
westbound; 1 April eastbound; and
Los Angeles (LAX) – Sydney (SYD)
777-200LR - Exact 2019 timing yet to be announced.
All Delta trans-Pacific departures from Los Angeles will feature
the Delta One suite and Delta Premium Select as a result once
fully implemented in 2019.
Delta’s Airbus A350-900 flagship and upgraded
777 design is part of Delta's multi-billion dollar investment in
the overall customer experience. In the past several years, the
airline has made significant enhancements to the Main Cabin
experience including free Main Cabin meals on select
coast-to-coast routes, free mobile messaging, free in-flight
entertainment, upgraded Main Cabin snacks, the addition of
sparkling wine, access to Wi-Fi on nearly all flights, enhanced
blankets and refreshed Flight Fuel
Recent upgrades to the Delta One in-flight
experience include new chef-designed Delta One menus
curated by Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo for flights from LAX,
refreshed TUMI amenity kits with Kiehl's products, and an Alessi-designed
of service ware.
Delta will refurbish all eight of its
777-200ER and all ten of its 777-200LR aircraft and expects to
have taken delivery of 13 A350s by the end of 2019.
Delta offers the Delta One suite and Delta Premium Select on
nonstop service from its Detroit hub to Tokyo-Narita,
Seoul-Incheon, Shanghai, Beijing and Amsterdam; from Los Angeles
to Shanghai and from Atlanta to Seoul-Incheon.