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A220-100 cabin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhcRYQoPyZg
A220-300 cabin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkZFJqt9ons
Initial route list adapted from the Delta news hub:

Market (In-Service)
  • New York-LGA to Boston-BOS...Feb 7 2019.
  • New York-LGA to Dallas/Ft. Worth-DFW...Feb 7 2019.
  • Detroit-DTW to Dallas/Ft. Worth-DFW...Feb 14 2019.
  • New York-LGA to Houston-IAH...April 2019.
  • Salt Lake City-SLC to Dallas/Ft. Worth-DFW...May 2019.
  • Salt Lake City-SLC to San Jose-SJC...May 2019
  • San Jose-SJC to Seattle-SEA...June 8 2019 (2/6 flights daily).
  • Minneapolis/St. Paul-MSP to Dallas/Ft. Worth-DFW...June 2019.
  • Houston-IAH to Detroit-DTW & Minneapolis/St. Paul-MSP...July 2019.
  • Houston-IAH to Salt Lake City-SLC...July 2019.
  • New York-JFK to Dallas/Ft. Worth-DFW...Aug 2019.

First scheduled A220-300 routes.
  • Salt Lake City-SLC to Houston-IAH...started Nov 17 2020.
  • Salt Lake City-SLC to San Jose-SJC...started Nov 21 2020.
  • Salt Lake City-SLC to Sacramento-SMF...started Nov 25 2020.
  • Salt Lake City-SLC to Austin-AUS...started Nov 27 2020.
  • Salt Lake City-SLC to Denver-DEN...started Dec 18 2020.
  • Salt Lake City-SLC to Dallas-DFW...started Dec 26 2020.
  • Salt Lake City-SLC to Santa Ana-SNA...started Jan 4 2021.
  • Salt Lake City-SLC to Nashville-BNA...started Jan 7 2021.

For those interested in the original DL order and subsequent news, here is the original thread: Delta Orders 75 CS100's.

A220-100 orders:
MSN #...Fleet ...Registration #...Delivery info and notes:

50020 8101 N101DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Oct 26 2018. Entered service Feb 14 2019 DFW>DTW.
50021 8102 N102DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Dec 18 2018. Entered service Feb 7 2019 LGA>BOS
50022 8103 N103DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Dec 8 2018. Entered service Feb 7 2019 DFW>LGA
50023 8104 N104DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Dec 31 2018. Entered service Feb 7 2019 LGA>DFW.
50024 8105 N105DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Feb 16 2019. Entered service Feb 23 2019 LGA>DFW
50025 8106 N106DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Feb 22 2019. Entered service Mar 9 2019 DTW>DFW
50026 8107 N107DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Mar 1 2019. Entered service Apr 7 2019 DFW>LGA
50027 8108 N108DQ Delivered from YMX>ATL Apr 26 2019. Entered service May 3 2019 DFW>DTW.
50028 8109 N109DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Mar 13 2019. Entered service Mar 22 2019 DFW>DTW.
50029 8110 N110DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Mar 29 2019. Entered service Apr 9 2019 2019 DTW>DFW.
50030 8111 N111NG Delivered from YMX>ATL Jun 6 2019. Entered service Jun 14 2019 DTW>DFW
50031 8112 N112DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Apr 18 2019. Entered service May 1 2019 DFW>SLC.
50032 8113 N113DQ Delivered from YMX>ATL May 20 2019. Entered service May 25 2019 DFW>SLC
50033 8114 N114DU Delivered from YMX>ATL May 30 2019. Entered service Jun 7 2019 DTW>DFW
50034 8115 N115DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Jun 18 2019. Entered service Jun 27 2019 DTW>DFW
50035 8116 N116DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Jun 21 2019. Entered service Jun 28 2019 MSP>DFW.
50036 8117 N117DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Jun 25 2019. Entered service Jul 5 2019 DFW>SLC.
50037 8118 N118DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Jun 28 2019. Entered service Jul 11 2019 SLC>DFW.
50038 8119 N119DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Jul 12 2019. Entered service Jul 22 2019 DFW>LGA.
50039 8120 N120DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Jul 25 2019. Entered service Aug 1 2019 DTW>EWR.
50040 8121 N121DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Aug 9 2019. Entered service Aug 20 2019 DFW>DTW.
50041 8122 N122DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Aug 29 2019. Entered service Sep 12 2019 DFW>DTW
50042 8123 N123DQ Delivered from YMX>ATL Sep 17 2019. Entered service Sep 27 2019 DTW>IAH.
50043 8124 N124DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Sep 23 2019. Entered service Oct 2 2019 MEM>DFW.
50044 8125 N125DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Sep 30 2019. Entered service Oct 9 2019 LGA>IAH.
50045 8126 N126DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Oct 10 2019. Entered service Oct 21 2019 SLC>SFO.
50046 8127 N127DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Oct 30 2019. Entered service Nov 14 2019 SEA>DEN.
50047 8128 N128DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Nov 21 2019. Entered service Nov 29 2019 SEA>DEN.
50048 8129 N129DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Jan 24 2020. Entered service Feb 3 2020 LGA>BOS.
50049 8130 N130DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Feb 28 2020. Entered service Mar 11 2020 MSP>DFW.
50050 8131 N131DU Delivered from YMX>ATL Mar 6 2020. Entered service Mar 16 2020 DTW>DFW.
50051 8132 N132DU Delivered from YMX>MSP Oct 22 2020. Entered service Nov 19 2020 MSP>LGA.
50052 8133 N133DU Delivered from YMX>MSP Oct 23 2020. Entered service Nov 20 2020 MSP>BNA
50053 8134 N134DU Delivered from YMX>MSP Oct 29 2020. Entered service Dec 18 2020 MSP>BNA.
50054 8135 N135DQ Delivered from YMX>MSP Oct 30 2020. Entered service Dec 18 2020 MSP>JFK.
50055 8136 N136DQ Delivered from YMX>MSP Oct 31 2020. Entered service Jan 14 2021 MSP>LGA.
50056 8137 N137DU Delivered from YMX>MSP Oct 31 2020. Entered service Jan 16 2021 MSP>LAX.
50057 8138 N138DU Delivered from YMX>MSP Oct 24 2020. Entered service Dec 19 2020 MSP>LGA.
50058 8139 N139DU Delivered from YMX>MSP Feb 5 2021. Entered service Mar 17 2020 MSP>BOS.
50059 8140 N140DU Delivered from YMX>MSP Jan 29 2021. Entered service Feb 13 2021 MSP>AUS.
50061 8141 N141DU Delivered from YMX>MSP Mar 9 2021. Entered service Apr 2 2021 MSP>LGA.
50060 8142 N142DU Delivered from YMX>MSP Feb 18 2022. Entered service Mar 1 2022 MSP>ORD.
50063 8143 N143DU Delivered from YMX>MSP Feb 1 2022. Entered service Feb 10 2022 MSP>JFK.
50064 8144 N144DU Delivered from YMX>MSP Mar 8 2022. Entered service Mar 17 2022 BOS>CVG.
50065 8145 N145DQ Delivered from YMX>MSP Apr 1 2022. Entered service April 12 2022 MSP>STL.

A220-300 orders:
MSN #...Fleet #...Registration #...Delivery info and notes:

55069 8301 N301DU Delivered from BFM>MSP March 18 2021. Entered service April 1 2021 MSP>AUS.
55070 8302 N302DU Delivered from BFM>ATL Oct 22 2020. Entered service Nov 17 2020 SLC>IAH.
55075 8303 N303DU Delivered from BFM>ATL Oct 23 2020. Entered service Dec 8 2020 SLC>SMF.
55080 8304 N304DU Delivered from BFM>ATL Oct 26 2020. Entered service Jan 7 2021 SLC>SNA.
55084 8305 N305DU Delivered from BFM>ATL Oct 30 2020. Entered service Jan 7 2021 SLC>AUS.
55085 8306 N306DU Delivered from BFM>ATL Dec 7 2020. Entered service Jan 15 2021 ATL>SEA.
55096 8307 N307DU Delivered from BFM>MSP Feb 1 2021. Entered service Feb 19 2021 MSP>AUS.
55101 8308 N308DU Delivered from BFM>MSP Apri14 2021. Entered service May 1 2021 MSP>BOS.
55107 8309 N309DU Delivered from BFM>MSP Jun 10 2021. Entered service Jun 26 2021 MSP>LGA.
55142 8310 N310DU Delivered from BFM>MSP Dec 16 2021. Entered service Dec 26 2021 MSP>LGA.
55153 8311 N311DU Delivered from BFM>MSP June 16 2022. Entered service Jun 26 2022 MSP>SNA.
55170 8312 N312DU...2022 delivery.
55175 8313 N313DU...2022 delivery.
551xx 8314 N314DU...2022 delivery.
551xx 8315 N315DU...2022 delivery.
551xx 8316 N316DU...2022 delivery.
551xx 8317 N317DU...2022 delivery.
55xxx 8318 N318DU...2023 delivery.
55xxx 8319 N319DU...2023 delivery.
55xxx 8320 N320DU...2023 delivery.
55xxx 8321 N321DU...2023 delivery.
55xxx 8322 N322DU...2023 delivery.
55xxx 8323 N323DU...2023 delivery.
55xxx 8324 N324DU...2023 delivery.
55xxx 8325 N325DU...2023 delivery.

Number of A223s being delivered per year as of 12/31/21:
2022 7
2023 11
2024 10
2025 11
2026 12
Total 51

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Old Apr 8, 21, 9:11 am
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Originally Posted by laptoptravel View Post
Saw a post today that offers Delta’s Full List Of Airbus A220 Routes – Two Plane Layouts

Has information for the A220-300 aircraft as well.

Maybe someone will update the Wiki
Wow -- SEA-IAD. That's a long hike!
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Originally Posted by DCAhome View Post
Wow -- SEA-IAD. That's a long hike!
DL started the A220 on the SEA-ATL route. Not much difference.
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Wow -- SEA-IAD. That's a long hike!
Honestly that sounds amazing. I might fly the route just for the plane.
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Wow -- SEA-IAD. That's a long hike!
Long and thin - perfect for the domestic equivalent of the 787.
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I had my first flight on an A220 today. While F seat pitch is a bit tight, the giant screens are great and the window placement is nice and high. I of course made a pilgrimage to the port side coach lav so I could pee while watching the world go by. LOL

In chatting with the FAs, they said they like the plane better than the 717 and Mad Dogs, but the tech for them is a bit frustrating. PA announcements don't pipe through the headphone jacks of the TVs. They mentioned odd things like being unable to get the lights to work in the lavs and other oddball stuff.
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Originally Posted by DenverBrian View Post
I had my first flight on an A220 today. While F seat pitch is a bit tight, the giant screens are great and the window placement is nice and high. I of course made a pilgrimage to the port side coach lav so I could pee while watching the world go by. LOL

In chatting with the FAs, they said they like the plane better than the 717 and Mad Dogs, but the tech for them is a bit frustrating. PA announcements don't pipe through the headphone jacks of the TVs. They mentioned odd things like being unable to get the lights to work in the lavs and other oddball stuff.
I like everything about the plane except for the F seats and the whale mating sounds the engines make. The F seats really suck and it’s unfortunate to see Delta using the same terrible ‘Oasis’ F seats AA is using. These are PE seats without the leg rest and worse pitch.
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8308 is scheduled to be delivered on Wednesday:

https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N308DU
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Originally Posted by laptoptravel View Post
Saw a post today that offers Delta’s Full List Of Airbus A220 Routes – Two Plane Layouts

Has information for the A220-300 aircraft as well.

Maybe someone will update the Wiki
Is this list kept up-to-date? Seeing 1xA319 on SEA-IAD in May/June/July (down from 2x738). I'm seeing the A220 on SEA-TUS instead.
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Originally Posted by DLASflyer View Post
Long and thin - perfect for the domestic equivalent of the 787.
Is long and thin specific to an airport pair or city pair? Is is specific to an airline or the route in general?

I ask, because for DL, in 2019, this was indeed a very thin route, only 39K passengers flew this specific airport pair. But over 278K flew this pair when you add in AS and UA. If you add in DCA and BWI you're up to 506K between DC and Seattle. I've always thought of long and thin as being a city pair with little demand but enough for the right aircraft. I'm not sure this is a long and thin route, just a route that DL hasn't penetrated and built up market share for.

I got the data from here

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8308 is on its way to MSP:

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8308 is scheduled to enter service tomorrow MSP-BOS:
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Really enjoyed the ride on the A220-100. Here were some of my key takeaways:

- loved the big windows.

- placement of power outlets is optimal in front of you versus having to reach under a seat or deep below the middle divider between the seats.

- spacious lavatory.

- sufficient overhead bin space.

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Originally Posted by Brandinho1 View Post
Really enjoyed the ride on the A220-100. Here were some of my key takeaways:

- loved the big windows.

- placement of power outlets is optimal in front of you versus having to reach under a seat or deep below the middle divider between the seats.

- spacious lavatory.

- sufficient overhead bin space.

https://youtu.be/P0H4zUECrkQ
Just verifying that it is possible to walk from first class to steerage to video and observe the lav with a porthole LOL.

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Just verifying that it is possible to walk from first class to steerage to video and observe the lav with a porthole LOL.

Just didn’t want to get “busted” using a lavatory that wasn’t in my ticketed cabin 🥲. That window makes all the difference if you have a snack box emergency 🚨.
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Just didn’t want to get “busted” using a lavatory that wasn’t in my ticketed cabin 🥲. That window makes all the difference if you have a snack box emergency 🚨.
Just to note, the rule about using the lav in your ticketed cabin only applies to international flights bound for the US.
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