Delta to Upgrade Boeing 767-400 Cabins, Will Deploy Them on Routes Linking London Heathrow with Boston and New York

By Paul Riegler on 4 April 2019
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A Delta 767-400 at JFK

A Delta 767-400 at JFK

Delta Air Lines announced plans to upgrade the cabins of its Boeing 767-400ER aircraft. The airline currently has 21 of these jetliners in its fleet.

The refurbished 767-400s will be used on all Boston and New York flights to London’s Heathrow Airport.

The business-class cabin will feature 34 new Delta One business-class seats that are similar to those on its new Airbus A350 aircraft.  

Each seat has direct-aisle access, sliding privacy dividers to separate center seats, individually customizable ambient lighting, storage compartments for a laptop, headphones, and shoes; a memory foam comfort cushion, and an 18” in-flight entertainment system monitor.

The Delta 767-400 will also feature a separate premium-economy cabin with 20 seats. Further back are 28 Comfort+ premium-economy light seats and 156 seats in coach. Every seat will feature a seatback in-flight entertainment screen, full-spectrum ambient lighting, memory foam cushions, and adjustable headrests.

All passengers will have access to the airline’s new wireless in-flight entertainment system.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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