Delta Air Lines is bringing lie flat seats to six more domestic routes


By: Theo Nichols

November 30, 2017




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Delta Air Lines has announced that it will soon be offering its marquee Delta One product on six more domestic routes. However, on most routes not all of the frequencies will have the Delta One product with only the peak flights featuring the premium service.

Beginning on April 1, 2018, passengers in the front of the cabin can fly on lie-flat seats between Boston and Los Angeles, New York JFK and San Diego, New York JFK and Seattle, Atlanta and Honolulu, and Minneapolis and Honolulu. Additionally, beginning on May 1, 2018, Delta will offer its Delta One product between New York JFK and Las Vegas.


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Delta’s expansion of its top premium service to six more domestic routes comes as JetBlue, United, and American all beef up their own lie-flat seat offerings on transcontinental flights. JetBlue has been especially aggressive rolling out its popular Mint premium product on flights from its hubs in Boston and New York. In fact, with the recently announced expansion, Delta One will be competing with Mint on the following routes: New York JFK-Las Vegas, New York JFK-San Diego, Boston-Los Angeles, and New York JFK-Seattle.

Delta currently offers Delta One between New York JFK and Los Angeles, New York JFK and San Francisco, Boston and San Francisco, and Washington Reagan and Los Angeles.


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