The experience-rich, fuel-efficient narrowbody jet recently arrived in Atlanta and customers may purchase tickets on the first flights the aircraft is designated to operate in May, which will include flights set to depart from Delta's hub at Boston Logan International, bound for San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA), San Diego (SAN) and Denver (DEN).
Delta will continue to take delivery of additional Airbus A321neos through the fall, and those new aircraft will also serve San Diego and Denver from Boston (new routes that launch July 11) starting August 20.
“Boston is getting Delta’s latest and greatest with this new state-of-the-art A321neo,” said Joe Esposito, senior vice president, network planning, Delta. “With a new First Class seat design, tons of entertainment options and fast-streaming Wi-Fi, the experience is closer to your personal media room or home-away-from-home office. As we continue building Boston as a premier hub and international gateway, we’re committed to offering customers superior products and experiences like these, along with significant choice and better convenience when making their travel plans.”
The aircraft’s comfortable cabin configuration features thoughtful touches throughout, including a new, domestic First Class seat design with larger, improved privacy space, a sturdier tray table, and more stowage space for personal items, as well as enhanced memory-foam seat cushions in all cabins.