Delta Airlines is investing more than $770 million to upgrade the interiors of its fleet of Boeing
757-200, 737-800 and Airbus
A320 family aircraft, the carrier said Wednesday, Jan. 8.
The investment is aimed at improving cabin service consistency across Delta's first class and economy class cabins on selected aircraft. Delta initially began investing in its fleet to improve passenger comfort beginning in 2010, totaling $3 billion in investment since then.
"In just six years, we will have made updates to interiors throughout Delta's fleet giving customers improved comfort and more options to work or relax and be entertained," said Glen Hauenstein, executive vice president at Delta.