In 2016, Delta (DL) announced their new business class suites, which will launch later in 2017 (on time, we hope!), once they debut their new A350s.
In anticipation of receiving their new planes later this year, Delta has released photos of the A350-900 coming together at Airbus’ assembly plant in Tolousse, France.Check out Delta’s flickr page for the full image set to take a sneak peak at the winglets, painted with the Delta logo, being added to Ship 3501.
Five A350s are expected to be ready by this fall, and are set to be deployed on trans-Pacific routes, replacing the current 747s that DL currently uses on several North America-Asia routes. Delta has a total of 25 A350s on order that will be rolled out through 2019 in an effort to refresh their current wide body fleet.
I, for one, cannot wait for Delta to launch the new business class suite service on their brand new A350s. It’s great to see the planes are coming along, and hopefully these pictures are a sign of an on-time delivery.
Anyone else keen on flying Delta’s new fleet of A350s?
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