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Delta Air Lines, serves more than 160 million customers each year and during the past year, Delta has won 33 airline industry awards sweeping the major corporate travel surveys. With an industry leading global network, Delta and the Delta Connection carriers offer service to nearly 318 destinations in 59 countries on six continents. A founding member of the SkyTeam global alliance, Delta participates in the industry's leading trans-Atlantic joint venture with Air France-KLM and Alitalia. Including its worldwide alliance partners, Delta offers customers more than 13,000 daily flights, with hubs in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Detroit, Memphis, Minneapolis-St. Paul, New York-LaGuardia, New York-JFK, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Salt Lake City and Tokyo-Narita.

Economy Class

Economy Comfort

Step up to Economy comfort
Delta believe that travel is achievable at any budget. That's why they provide a variety of affordable options within the Economy Class cabin. Pick and choose what you want and tailor your Economy travel to fit you. Whether you want extra legroom or just want to add to your vacation experience, consider upgrading to an Economy Comfort seat. Enjoy even more comfort with 3-4 inches of additional legroom and Priority Boarding when you upgrade. Prices start as low as $9 and seats are available on all two-class cabin aircraft worldwide.

Economy Comfort Features

Economy Comfort is available worldwide on all two-class airplanes. Flights on domestic aircrafts offer 3-4 inches of more legroom, Priority Boarding and seating in the first few rows of the Economy cabin.
Enjoy free spirits on most long-haul international flights. Also experience up to 50% more recline on most long-haul international flights. Enjoy extra legroom and priority boarding on all two-class cabin flights. Plus up to 50% more recline and complimentary beer, wine and spirits on select international flights.

Business Class(Elite)

Business, meets pleasure! surround yourself in the comfort of Business Elite.

Traveling shouldn't be work. That's why BusinessElite eliminates the little stresses of travel and adds a host of amenities along the way to enhance your experience. Before your flight, enjoy Delta Sky Priority status and access to the Delta Sky Club, and once on-board, world-class dining, spacious seating and on-demand entertainment will keep you in complete comfort all the way to your destination.

Intercontinental Business Elite Dining.

When you fly BusinessElite, you are treated to cuisine that rivals any fine dining establishment on the ground. International five-course dining menu, crafted by renowned chef Michelle Bernstein, featuring seasonal delights and many regional specialties. And each entree pairs perfectly with a selection of fine wines carefully selected from Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson.

Business Elite Fine Wines

Using her vast knowledge and unparalleled palate, Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson has selected a host of fine wines for BusinessElite. Andrea even tests every wine in-flight to make sure they taste just as good at cruising altitude as they do on the ground. Enjoy the distinct personality of her selection when you fly intercontinental and transcontinental BusinessElite.

Business Elite Seating

More Legroom. More recline. More Sleep !

You'll be flying in comfort in high-quality, BusinessElite seats that cradle you from head to toe. And the best part: You'll arrive at your destination refreshed and ready to go.

Business Elite Sleeper Seats

Experience a heightened level of Comfort

BusinessElite seats vary according to type of aircraft. They start at 150° recline, followed by 160°, 176° and finally, 180° with the flat-bed seats. Whichever seat you're in, you will rest well.

The only thing missing is a mint

All BusinessElite seats come with a full-size pillow and quilted duvet, because "travel-size" isn't always better for travel. And for all your entertainment needs, every seat is equipped with a personal entertainment system, an electrical outlet and USB port. Stay productive, stay entertained or stay rested - the choice is yours. It's nice knowing that it's all right there when you need it.

BusinessElite Seat Styles

• 767 Aircraft
• 60" legroom
• 160-degree recline

• A330-200 Aircraft
• A330-300 Aircraft
• 60" legroom
• 176-degree recline
• 57-200 Aircraft
• 55"-60" legroom
• 150-degree recline

Europe routes

• Flat-bed Seating

Transcontinental Business Elite Dining

BusinessElite flights from New York's JFK to Los Angeles and San Francisco now offer the same level of fine dining as on international flights. That's because Delta Airlines brought on American celebrity chef Michael Chiarello.

First Class

First In every way

Traveling First Class on Delta doesn't just mean you're first on the plane. From the moment you arrive at the Sky Priority counter to the moment you retrieve your expedited bags from the carousel, the crew puts you first every step of the way.

The First Class Treatment

A First Class travel experience begins long before you board your aircraft. That's why all First Class passengers receive Sky Priority service.

Delta Sky Priority

Being Sky Priority means getting a heightened level of service that gets you where you're going - faster and easier. Speedy check-in, accelerated security, priority boarding and an exclusive reservation line are just a few of the perks the airline provides.

First Class Dining

When flying First Class on select flights over 1,500 miles, you'll be served entrees from renowned chef Michelle Bernstein. In addition to world-class meals on long-haul flights, the airline offers complimentary, high-quality, name-brand snacks on Delta and Delta Connection carrier flights within the United States, Canada and select Latin America/Caribbean destinations.

In-flight Wi-Fi

Staying connected is even easier with Wi-Fi on more domestic daily flights. That means you can check your inbox, get work to-dos, done or simply surf the web to pass the time.

When it comes to staying connected, you've got more options:

• Access free content on Delta Connect

Delta Connect is the in-air experience that keeps you entertained and up to date - all from 30,000 feet. Enjoy free access to everything from exclusive shopping deals and breaking news to the flight tracker at

• Purchase a Gogo Internet Session

Full access to the Internet with your Delta Wi-Fi Pass. When you're in the air and online with Gogo, you're connected to all the things that matter. Simply purchase a Delta Wi-Fi Pass before you go, or through Delta Connect once onboard. It's that easy!

• In-Flight Power

Keep your electronics up and running - even on the long haul. Depending on the type of aircraft and where you sit, you have a few options. 110-volt outlets provide power to charge laptops and tablets. USB outlets provide power to charge small electronic devices, such as a mobile phone, camera or iPod.

• Personal Video & Audio

Delta's advanced, touch-screen digital entertainment system, located right at your seat, puts you in charge of your entertainment options. Watch, listen or play - choose from up to 300 movies, HBO, Showtime, 18 channels of live satellite TV on select flights, 4500+ songs, TV and games, including in-flight trivia. Now that's entertainment.