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Delta Adds Updated Premium Cabins to Five Trans-Pacific Routes

Delta Adds Updated Premium Cabins to Five Trans-Pacific Routes
Ryan Boyd

On five more of Delta Air Lines’ trans-Pacific routes, the carrier will be rolling out more business-class “suites” as part of its new Delta One premium economy seating. The suites will include lie-flat seating and sliding privacy doors.

This introduction of Delta One features comes as part of the carrier’s plan to refurbish and revamp its fleet of Boeing 777s – including eight 777-200ERs and ten 777-200LRs.

To read more on this story, go to USA Today.

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  1. sdsearch

    August 6, 2018 at 3:41 pm

    This article is confused. There is no such thing as Delta One premium economy. Delta One is Delta’s name for their business class. The linked USA Today article had a SEPARATE mention of premium economy, but this FT article just mixed it all up into jumbled nonsense.

  2. kkua

    August 7, 2018 at 2:06 pm

    Agreed! There’s no such thing as a DeltaOne premium economy.

    DL’s hybrid first/biz product is called DeltaOne. Their middle of the road upscaled product is called Premium Select is featured on their A350 aircraft and is progressively being retrofitted onto their B777 fleet.

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