- Seattle/Tacoma to be Delta’s latest U.S. gateway to benefit from expanded selection of industry-leading premium seat products on flights to Shanghai, Seoul-Incheon and Tokyo-Narita
- Customers can choose from 29 award-winning Delta One Suites, 28 seats in the popular Delta Premium Select category, 56 Delta Comfort + seats and 168 Main Cabin seats on new widebody aircraft
- From award-winning Delta Sky Club to brand new state-of-the-art immigration and customs facility set to open in 2020, Delta is investing in the Seattle customer experience
More options, choice and comfort are on the way for Delta customers traveling to and from top Asian destinations at its Seattle-Tacoma International Airport hub beginning July 1.
Customers will begin to see these expanded products on Seattle/Tacoma flights this summer:
- Shanghai effective July 1
- Seoul-Incheon effective August 1
- Tokyo-Narita effective August 31
The Airbus A330-900neo aircraft also reduces the travel carbon footprint, with increased fuel efficiency per seat of more than 20 percent when compared with previous generation aircraft. Delta will offer its flagship Delta One Suite and Delta Premium Select products on three aircraft types including the A350 and updated Boeing 777s.
Delta’s Seattle/Tacoma Hub
On March 1, Delta will begin operating its Seattle/Tacoma-Tokyo-Narita route with Airbus A350 aircraft, featuring Delta One Suite and Delta Premium Select options. Delta currently operates the Boeing 767-300ER on Seattle/Tacoma service to Shanghai and Seoul-Incheon. Delta will also begin operating two of its six daily flights between Seattle/Tacoma and San Jose, California with its new Airbus A220 aircraft.
Delta operates more than 150 peak-day departures to more than 50 destinations from its hub at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
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Below Copyright Photo: Delta Air Lines Airbus A350-941 N504DN (msn 160) LAX (Michael B. Ing). Image: 944036.