Delta Air Line is launching the newest cabin experience, called Delta Premium, which will debut on a few international flights in late 2017. The Airli
Delta Air Line is launching the newest cabin experience, called Delta Premium, which will debut on a few international flights in late 2017. The Airline is bringing the ‘premium’ back to the premium economy experience.
Delta premium would include extra space, superior service and great services provided by partnerships with brands focused on design and quality.
Delta Premium will feature:
- Additional space with up to Thirty-Eight inches of pitch, up to 19 inches in width and up to seven inches of sprawl. The Premium seats will also offer adjustable leg rests and head rests;
- The Premium seats will also offer adjustable leg rests and head rests;
- It will also include exclusively branded In-Flight Blanket with pillow and a TUMI amenity kit featuring Malin+Goetz Travel Essentials, letting customers feel relaxed and well rested
- Pre-departure beverage service followed by fresh, seasonal menu selections presented with Alessi service-ware designed solely for the airline;
- A 13.3-inch, high-resolution in-flight entertainment screen that is among the biggest in its class, allowing customers to remain entertained
- In-seat power ports for laptop and mobile phone devices and appropriate storage to keep them within reach;
- Sky Priority service, which includes faster check-in, faster security, priority boarding and accelerated baggage service.
The Airline wants to provide costumers who can’t afford to pay for business or first class and can afford to pay higher than an economy class ticket, an option. The new cabin will be initiated on their Airbus 350s, starting flight service next year. The Airbus A350s will include forty-eight Delta Premium seats. The Premium cabin will be introduced on its Boeing 777 fleet beginning in 2018. More fleets may be added.
Ticket price is yet to be announced