Delta Premium to Launch in Late 2017

Set to debut on long-haul international flights late next year, Delta Air Lines’ brand new premium economy class will bring plenty of exciting features to the skies. With up to 38 inches of pitch, 19 inches of width, seven inches of recline, and adjustable leg and head rests, the new cabin seeks to deliver the utmost in comfort. Blankets and pillows by Westin Heavenly will also be provided, along with TUMI amenity kits and Malin+Goetz products. On the tech and entertainment front, each Delta Premium seat will come with a high resolution screen measuring at 13.3 inches, not to mention noise-cancelling headphones, power ports, and an extensive collection of movies, shows, and games through Delta Studio. Service wise, Delta Premium customers are in for a treat, as they will be looked after both on the ground and in the skies. On top of accelerated security, check-in, boarding, and baggage service, passengers can look forward to complimentary beverages upon departure, followed by tasty seasonal offerings on flights.

“Delta Premium is Delta’s latest example of paying careful attention to what customers tell us they want and responding with unique products designed to meet their individual needs,” said Delta’s senior vice president and chief marketing officer, Tim Mapes. The airline is set to launch Delta Premium on its Airbus A350 aircraft next fall, with plans to add the cabin to its Boeing 777 fleet in 2018.

For more information, visit Delta Air Lines.

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