Delta to Debut All-Suite Business-Class Cabin

By Jesse Sokolow on 16 August 2016
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DSC_0498Delta Air Lines announced it will introduce its new Delta One suite, a business-class cabin with a sliding door on each suite, in the fall of 2017. The carrier will debut the all-suite cabin on its Airbus A350 fleet, which will mainly operate routes between the United States and Asia.

The cabin will be comprised of 32 suites, each with fully life-flat seats with direct aisle access. Suites will also have a full-height door and customizable ambient lighting.

A power outlet and USB port will be available in each suite, as well as an 18” monitor. Suites will feature memory foam-enhanced comfort cushions, and will have dedicated stowage compartments for passengers’ shoes, headphones, and laptops.

After outfitting its A350 fleet with the suites, Delta will begin rolling out the suite on its fleet of Boeing 777s.

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