Delta Air Lines is set to debut the first of its retrofitted B777s featuring all four cabin classes on select transpacific and transatlantic flights from 1 March.

The carrier announced last year that it would carry out renovations of its entire 777 fleet to include the Delta One Suite (pictured) and Delta Premium Select while maintaining nine-abreast seating in the Main Cabin. Now, the airline has added Delta Comfort+ to four of the aircraft, while the remaining 14 will be retrofitted throughout 2019.

Main Cabin seats will be 18.5 inches wide – the widest available on Delta’s international fleet.

The first 777 initially refitted with Delta Premium Select and Delta One Suites in addition to the Main Cabin debuted on the Detroit-Beijing route in July 2018.

Comfort+ was added to select routes starting in 2016 and expanded its presence in 2017. Delta One Suites debuted on the A350 in 2017.

The modified 777 will initially be used on the Minneapolis/St Paul-Tokyo-Haneda, Atlanta-Tokyo-Narita, Minneapolis/St Paul-Paris-CDG and Atlanta-Paris-CDG routes from 1 March, followed by the Minneapolis/St Paul-Seoul flights from 1 April and Los Angeles-Sydney services from 5 April.

In addition to the four seat products, the aircraft offers passengers seat-back entertainment screens, full-spectrum LED ambient lighting and Gogo Ku wifi connectivity with free mobile messaging.

delta.com

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