The new Delta Domestic First Class seat is here!
Snapped by a Delta flight attendant, here’s a sneak peak picture into the new domestic Delta First Class seat design. I’ve flown Delta domestic First Class before, so this is a welcome change from the old seats that certainly need retirement.
It’s an interesting design, and I’m more of a fan of this than the previous dull blue one.
According to Delta: “Delta has started to install updated seat covers on its domestic aircraft in the First Class cabin. The updates are scheduled to be complete in mid-2015 and will be installed as part of our ongoing commitment to product improvements.”
As a reminder, here’s what you can expect onboard (from Delta): First and Business Class menu selections are designed to hit the spot. Selections are based on flight distance, but here’s a taste of what you can expect on board. With an extensive and complimentary selection of the latest new release movies, popular TV shows, music selections and games, you’re sure to be entertained every step of the way with our industry-leading “Delta Studio.” Plus, enjoy complimentary, ergonomically designed earbuds as part of our partnership with Billboard. And with in-flight Wi-Fi available on 3,400 daily flights within the U.S., you can rest assured you’ll stay connected.
Have you seen this on any of your recent Delta flights? What do you think of the new design?
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