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Delta is Bringing The World’s First All-Suite Business Class to Australia with the Delta One Suite

October 26, 2018 Aviation No Comments Email Email

Delta Air Lines is enhancing the travel experience between Australia and the United States with the launch of its upgraded Boeing 777 aircraft on the Sydney-LAX flight on April 18, 2019.

The upgraded Boeing 777 brings more luxury, comfort and choice and has been retrofitted with the Crystal Cabin Award Winning Delta One suite – the world’s first all-suite business class – and Delta Premium Select, the airline’s new premium economy cabin. Additionally:

· The aircraft features the widest Main Cabin seats of Delta’s international fleet, among other interior upgrades.

· Every seat features individual in-seat entertainment and personal power ports.

· Photos, video and more information on Delta’s upgraded Boeing 777 fleet are available here:

The Boeing 777 upgrades are the latest enhancements to the customer experience on the Sydney-LAX route as part of Delta’s multi-billion dollar investment in the overall customer experience. Earlier this year, Delta launched meals curated by celebrated Los Angeles chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo in the Delta One cabin after customer satisfaction scores skyrocketed in response to their menus on the LAX-New York route. Favorites like Valdivia zucchini spaghetti, braised flank steak and roasted chicken with a warm bacon vinaigrette bring the taste of savoury contemporary dining to flight.

In the past several years, the airline has made significant enhancements to the customer experience including:

· Free mobile messaging, free in-flight entertainment, and access to Wi-Fi on nearly all flights

· Free Main Cabin meals on select coast-to-coast routes in the U.S.

· Upgraded Main Cabin snacks and refreshed Flight Fuel food-for-purchase options on certain U.S. routes

· The addition of sparkling wine

· Enhanced blankets

· Refreshed TUMI amenity kits with Kiehl’s products and an Alessi-designed collection of serviceware in Delta One

Delta and its joint venture partner Virgin Australia offer 25 weekly flights between Australia and the US and the ability to connect from more than 45 destinations across Australia and New Zealand to more than 250 destinations in the Americas. Delta operates a daily non-stop flight between Sydney and LAX and offers customers service from Melbourne and Brisbane to LAX through its partnership with Virgin Australia. At its hub in LA, Delta has been the fastest-growing carrier since 2009 and operates 170 peak-day flights to 70 destinations.

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