Delta announced they’ll be adding Delta One service on their Atlanta- Bogota route year-round beginning Feb. 4 onboard the Boeing 767-300ER. With this change, Medallions will no longer be upgrade eligible for to first/business, as Delta doesn’t offer upgrades to Delta One on flights to South America.
Delta is upping the luxury factor on flights between Atlanta’s Hartfield Jackson International Airport (ATL) and Bogota El Dorado International Airport (BOG) by introducing its Delta One service. Delta One will replace First Class beginning Feb. 4 on the flight departing Atlanta and on Feb. 5 on the flight departing Bogota. Delta currently operates daily service between Atlanta and Bogota using a 767-300ER aircraft during part of the year, and will now fly the route using this widebody aircraft year-round.
The Delta One cabin on this route will be equipped with 26 180-degree flatbed seats in a 1-2-1 configuration, with each seat offering direct aisle access and Westin Heavenly In-Flight Bedding. Customers in Delta One will also enjoy a selection of three regionally tailored, chef-curated meals which they can pre-select a few days prior to their flight, paired with wines* selected by Delta’s Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson. Extra-wide, high definition seatback screens will feature free in-flight entertainment through Delta Studio, which includes content from the airline’s recent partnership with Disney+.
Delta also offers new daily service between New York JFK and Bogota, which launched Dec. 21.
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