Delta unveiled the first Boeing 777 retrofitted with new cabin interior

June 17, 2018

Delta Airlines has unveiled the first of its refurbished 777s in Atlanta on Friday.


A first overhauled 777-200 with new cabin layout will return to service on July 2, and will fly between Detroit and Beijing before shifting to another route next month.


The aircraft is configured with 296 seats, which includes 28 new “Delta One” business-class seats, which are suite-like seats that include a sliding privacy door.


The airline plans to retrofit its fleet of 18 Boeing 777 jets (eight 777-200ER variants and 10 777LRs) with new cabin interiors by the end of 2019.

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