The bathroom won’t be the only chair with a new, improved view. Delta’s new A220 fleet with larger windows in the entire building.
They called it a “loo with a view.”
On Thursday, Delta became the first U.s. airline to begin use of the new Airbus A220 aircraft, which are equipped with wider seats, larger trunk, and, yes, a window in the plane of the bathrooms.
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Customers in LaGuardia airport in New York City, were the first commercial passengers to experience the new aircraft — and probably also the views from the airplane toilet — followed by passengers at the airport of Dallas/Forth Worth, per a Delta press release.
The new A220 also took off from Boston’s Logan Airport on Thursday, Bloomberg reported.
Delta was the first U.s. airline to begin use of the new Airbus A220 plane on Thursday.
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“We have big plans for this device,” said Chuck imhof are, vice-president of New York and Sale, East. “It is an integral part of our future domestic fleet, and it will be an experience our customers look forward to each time they fly.”
Delta also confirmed to Fox News that the aircraft is the first of them is to provide a window in the bathroom, with a spokesperson copy of the “loo with a view.”
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The bathroom won’t be the only chair with a new, improved view. Delta’s new A220 fleet with larger windows, as well as the “state-of-the-art interior with a seat-back screens,” according to the press release.
Economy seats on Delta’s new A220 will be 18.6 cm wide.
Delta has also of the planes of the “state-of-the-art interior with a seat-back screens.”
Delta will be utilizing the new A220 aircraft on flights between New York (JFK and LaGuardia) and Dallas/Forth Worth; LaGuardia and Houston; and LaGuardia and Boston, Bloomberg reports. Flights from Detroit, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City and Seattle airports will follow this summer.
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Delta originally purchased, the new fleet in 2016, and was planning to debut the aircraft at the end of January 2019 for the delay of the partial government shutdown, Forbes reported.