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Delta Air Lines Releases New Boeing 777 Interior

Delta Air Lines released their interior renovation of the 777-200 aircraft. All eight of the Atlanta based carrier's 777-200ER and ten 777-200LR aircraft will be remodeled by 2019.

The Atlanta-based airline shows comfort across all classes through the award-winning Delta One suites, the new Delta Premium Select cabin and the widest Main Cabin seats of Delta's international fleet. It is equipped with Gogo Ku Wi-Fi connectivity.

The first redesigned 777-200ER (registration N863DA) is taking flight July 2nd from Detroit (DTW) to Beijing (PEK).

Delta One Suites

28 Delta One Suites are designed for exceptional customer comfort and offer a full private space to offer an unparalleled business class experience with a comfortable, residential feel.

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They feature full-height sliding doors, customizable ambient lighting and spacious compartments for belongings. 18" seat-back screens and up to 24" of seat width are only a few highlights. Each suite on the 777 now includes two AC and USB power outlets, a step up from one and one, on the A350.
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Shown below is a contemporary design with premium trims and finishes. Plenty of compartments for headphones, shoes, and personal devices. Each seat includes Westin Heavenly In-Flight Bedding, noise canceling headphones, a TUMI amenity kit, as well as additional services.
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Full-spectrum LED ambient lighting with customized lighting schemes depending on the phase of the flight.
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Delta Premium Select

Delta's commitment to offer customers a range of options, by providing additional space (with adjustable head and footrests) and elevated service.

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A total of 48 seats (2-4-2 configuration) include 12.2" in flight entertainment screens and a 19" seat pitch. TUMI amenity kits and Westin blankets are included as some enhanced perks.

Within these 2 cabins, enjoy seasonal, regional meals, inspired by Delta destinations from around the globe; served on beautifully designed Alessi service ware.

Main Cabin

The 777s will feature 220 Main Cabin Seats that are 18.5” wide– the widest of Delta’s international fleet.
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That includes personal power ports and 11" individual seat-back screens.

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Breaking from the 10-seat wide 777 economy trend that’s swept up American Airlines and United, Delta is sticking with “customer-friendly nine-abreast seating” in economy (3-3-3 configuration).

Following the Detroit to Beijing route, this aircraft will trade off with Delta’s Airbus A350 on alternating days. Los Angeles-Sydney will begin in March 2019.

Images Courtesy of the Delta News Hub