08 February 2011

Delta Air Lines adding new "Economy Comfort" section on long-haul international flights

American airline Delta Air Lines has announced a major investment in its international fleet with plans to introduce a premium economy section – "Economy Comfort" – on all long-haul international flights in summer 2011. The new seats will feature up to four additional inches of legroom and 50 percent more recline than Delta's standard international Economy class seats.

The product, which is similar to upgraded Economy services currently available on flights operated by Delta's joint venture partner Air France-KLM, will be installed in the first few rows of the Economy cabin on more than 160 Boeing 747, 757, 767, 777 and Airbus A330 aircraft by this summer. 
In addition to more leg room and recline, customers seated in "Economy Comfort" will board early and enjoy complimentary spirits throughout the flight. These benefits are in addition to Delta's standard international Economy class amenities, including complimentary meals, beer, wine, entertainment, blankets and pillows.
Delta Air Lines is currently connecting seven destinations in Africa, including Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport, with the US.

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