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.
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.
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.
Full-spectrum LED ambient lighting with customized lighting schemes depending on the phase of the flight.
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.
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.
The 777s will feature 220 Main Cabin Seats that are 18.5” wide– the widest of Delta’s international fleet.
That includes personal power ports and 11" individual seat-back screens.
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.
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