Delta’s rollout of its new “Delta One” business-class “suites” and international-style premium economy seats is picking up steam.
The airline said this week that its updated premium cabin will be added to five more trans-Pacific routes starting this fall.
The Delta One suites are Delta’s latest update to its business-class cabin. The seats convert into lie-flat beds and have sliding privacy doors.
The cabin first debuted last year on Delta’s new Airbus A350 widebody jet, a plane the company has billed as its new “flagship” aircraft. Those planes also were the first to feature Delta’s new “Delta Select” international-style premium economy seats.
Earlier this year, Delta started refurbishing its Boeing 777 aircraft so that they would also include both of the new premium-cabin seats.