Delta Airlines is to add a variety of new features to its narrow-body aircraft. And the main goal of the changes is the implementation of the comfort factor for its valued passengers.
Several of Delta Airlines’ planes will get refurbished within the next two years. Over $770 million is to be spent on making the interior of the aircraft more customer-friendly. All sorts of inbuilt facilities will be available in the seats that are to be installed on board the aircraft.
The Boeing 757-200 and 737-800 as well as the Airbus A319 and A320 are specifically to undergo the revamping efforts. Slim-line seats along with flexible headrests and modernized lavatories are just a few of the transformations that will occur at Delta Airlines. Rest and relaxation for the clientele are the ultimate goal of these measures which are being taken.
"We're continuing to make smart long-term investments in our products and services to meet the expectations of our customers," said Glen Hauenstein, executive vice president – Chief Revenue Officer. "In just six years, we will have made updated to interiors throughout Delta's fleet giving customers improved comfort and more options to work or relax and be entertained."
The original blueprints for this reformation of sorts began about four years ago. The conversion of the seats into contraptions for sleeping purposes was especially seen to. As for the entertainment needs of the guests aboard the planes, they were also taken care of. And facilities to allow them to work while the aircraft is in the air are a fundamental change that has been made.
Delta Airlines has access to over 165 million travelers on an annual basis. It has been nominated the planet’s favorite airline by Fortune Magazine. And as for its fine services, they span the globe and are virtually ubiquitous.