First Look: New Delta Comfort+ On Delta 767

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Delta has recently announced their new premium economy class called Comfort+. The new premium economy class comes with perks like free alcoholic drinks, snacks, newly designed seats and extra legroom. These seats are being rolled out and I hadn’t seen them yet, until tonight.

First Look: New Delta Comfort+ On Delta 767

As I boarded this Delta 767 and turned right down the first aisle, the First Class cabin seemed fresh. Then I realized it was one of the newly reconfigured jets with Comfort+.

First Look: New Delta Comfort+ On Delta 767

Delta Comfort+

But the real difference I noticed was with the economy class cabin and the new Comfort+ seats. The new quilted seat covers look pretty comfortable.

First Look: New Delta Comfort+ On Delta 767

First Look: New Delta Comfort+ On Delta 767

Folks flying in Comfort+ will enjoy the following based on the route:

First Look: New Delta Comfort+ On Delta 767

Bottom Line

The new Delta Comfort+ seats are being rolled out across Delta’s fleet. Expect to see more and more of these new seats and enhanced Comfort+ service, especially on the transcon and international routes.

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  1. From the look of the pic, it appears that an extra premium coach row was added to the domestic 767. The non reconfigured domestic 767’s had 4 premium coach rows while the one you were on had 5 rows.

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