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Delta Adds Updated Premium Cabins to Five Trans-Pacific Routes

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

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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