Delta 767-400 Retrofitted Aircrafts Europe and South America

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In late 2016, Delta Air Lines introduced a new business class product called, Delta One Suite. The seat features a sliding door for privacy along with large HD inflight entertainment screen, mood lighting, and several other improvements.

This innovative product was initially rolled out on the new deliveries of A350s and then expanded to the existing Boeing 777. Delta did announce that the 767-400 will get a refresh in 2019, however Delta Is Opting Not to Put Suites in 767-400 Retrofit.

Anyways, the retrofitted 767-400 will enter service in November of this year, with the first route flying between Atlanta and London Heathrow (LHR). There will be 34 seats in the Delta One cabin, 20 seats in Premium Select, 28 seats in Comfort Plus, and 156 seats in the Main Cabin.

Here is a full overview of the markets the new 767-400 aircraft will fly:

Route (airport code) Effective Dates
Atlanta (ATL) – London Heathrow (LHR) Nov. 12
New York-JFK (JFK) – London Heathrow (LHR) Nov. 16
Boston (BOS) – London Heathrow (LHR) Nov. 20
New York-JFK (JFK) – Zurich (ZRH) Dec. 8
New York-JFK (JFK) – Brussels (BRU) Jan. 30
Atlanta (ATL) – Brussels (BRU) Feb. 22
New York-JFK (JFK) – São Paulo (GRU) 2Q 2020
Detroit (DTW) – London Heathrow (LHR) 2Q 2020
Minneapolis (MSP) – London Heathrow (LHR) 2Q 2020
Portland (PDX) – London Heathrow (LHR) 2Q 2020
Atlanta (ATL) – Munich (MUC) 2Q 2020
New York-JFK (JFK) – Nice 2Q 2020
Atlanta (ATL) – Zurich (ZRH) 2Q 2020
Atlanta (ATL) – Buenos Aires (EZE) 2Q 2020

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