Delta Airlines will offer Delta Premium Select class on flights to Boston

On the line to Tel Aviv, Delta Airlines will operate an Airbus A330-900neo aircraft in which the Delta Premium Select department – another option for those interested in arriving fresh to their destination

Delta Premium Select on a Delta Airlines flight to Boston. Delta Airlines Photography

As we posted on the site IAS As of May 26, 2022, Delta Airlines will operate 3 weekly flights From Boston to Tel Aviv And Athens as part of the company’s strategy to expand international routes. On the route to Tel Aviv, Delta Airlines will operate an Airbus aircraft A330-900neo Containing 281 seats, 28 of them in the Delta Premium Select department. All seats have access to wireless internet, power point and entertainment programs.

Delta Premium Select– The class was designed with a lot of thought for the comfort of the passengers. It offers more personal space that includes a space between the seats of up to 96 cm, a width of up to 48 cm, and the option of tilting a seat up to 17 cm. Delta Premium Select seats will also offer adjustable legrests and headrests. Customers will arrive at the destination after a good rest thanks to the upgraded pillows, blankets and essential toiletries that contribute to the peace and quiet of the passengers.

“We focus on bringing back the favorite routes and destinations of our customers so that they will enjoy easy and convenient access to a comprehensive network across Europe and its surrounding areas,” he said. Joe Esposito (Joe Esposito), Senior Vice President of Network Planning at Delta Airlines. “With the removal of restrictions to the United States and beyond, plus the growing vaccine rates and the huge demand, travel to the area is expected to increase next summer – and Delta customers will enjoy every moment.”

In the summer of 2022, Delta Airlines will operate about 10 daily flights from Boston to 9 transatlantic destinations and will offer about 5,000 more seats compared to the summer of 2019.

Delta Airlines Airbus A330-900neo. Delta Photography
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