Delta unveils its new 777-200ER interior
On July 2, Delta Air Lines revealed its refreshed 777-200ER aircraft fleet interior an all-new interior that, according to the carrier, was created with the comfort of its passengers in mind. The upgraded aircraft’s first flight was flown from Detroit to Beijing with the award-winning Delta One Suites, the new Delta Premium Select cabin and the widest Main Cabin seats of all Delta’s international fleet, among other upgrades. All eight of Delta’s 777-200ER and all 10 777-200LR aircraft will be retrofitted by the end of 2019, as the airline said in a press release.
Some of the highlights of Delta’s upgraded 777-200ERs include 296 seats, 9-abreast seating in the Main Cabin (with the norm being 10 across), complementary seatback entertainment screens throughout featuring Delta Studio, the airline’s proprietary IFE system, and thousands of hours of content.
As described by Delta in the release, the award-winning Delta One Suites were designed for customers’ comfort and privacy. They provide private spaces by using a sliding door for entry and also features cutting-edge inflight entertainment systems and design finishes that the airline says create a home-like feeling.
The Delta Premium Select cabin includes a range of options that allows guests to customize their travel experience, such as additional seat recline, adjustable head and foot rests, and wider seats.
The Main Cabin has 18.5-inch wide seats, personal power ports and complementary premium entertainment on each screen.