Delta has unveiled details of its new premium economy seat which will debut on the carrier’s A350 aircraft from next year.
The new product was reported by Business Traveller earlier this year, but the carrier has now published more details about the seating.
Called Delta Premium, the seat will feature a seat width of up to 19 inches, and a pitch of up to 38 inches.
There will be adjustable leg and head rests, a 13.3-inch screen with noise cancelling headphones, and inseat power “for large and small devices”.
Passengers will also benefit from a Westin heavenly in-flight blanket and pillow, a Tumi amenity kit, pre-departure beverage service “followed by fresh, seasonal menu selections presented with Alessi serviceware designed exclusively for Delta”, and the Sky Priority service, for “faster check-in, accelerated security, priority boarding and expedited baggage service”.
The new Delta Premium seat will launch on the carrier’s A350 aircraft in autumn next year, before being rolled out to Delta’s B777 fleet beginning in 2018. The carrier says that “additional fleets may be added”.
The new A350s will feature 48 Delta Premium seats, along with 226 Main Cabin seats and 32 of the new Delta One suites, which were unveiled earlier this year.