In April 2019, Delta is going to commence the new service from Seoul-Incheon to Minneapolis/St. Paul, using its newly refurbished 777 fleet. This all-new flight is available for sale now- in cooperation with Korean Air (Delta’s joint venture partner)- offering the best fly connection with Midwest and Asia as well as complements the airline’s existing non-stop service from Atlanta, Detroit, and Seattle to Seoul.
The customers will enjoy Delta’s newly refurbished 777-200ER with all new cabins that include 28 award-winning Delta One suites along with the full height door, memory foam seats, 18-inch high-resolution screen, good coffee service, and well-made designs with customizable in-suite lightning. The Delta’s Premium Select cabins seat 48 with eminent personal service, proper plated meals, 13.3 inches of seat-back screen and space to stretch with lounger seat rows almost 38-inches apart. The widest in the Delta international fleet is the 220 all-new Main Cabin seats well-furnished with personal screens and complimentary headphones along with unlimited premium entertainment.
The USB and 110V power ports, Wi-Fi and dynamic LED lighting that varies according to the flight phase nurturing a relaxing and refreshing environment is what passengers will enjoy in all-new cabins onboard.
Starting from June 2019, the Delta’s kitchen menu plan will be counseling by Michelin two-star Chef Kwon Woo Joon for the Delta flight departing Korea.
Delta also intends to deploy the new refurbished 777-200ER flight in November 2018 that complements its existing service to Tokyo-Haneda.
Delta’s new non-stop aircraft service, starting from 1st April 2019 flight DL 171 will depart from Minneapolis/St. Paul at 2:40 pm and will arrive in Seoul next day at 5:20 pm and flight DL 170 which starts on 2nd April 2019 departs at 5:55 from Seoul-Minneapolis/St. Paul.
The reason behind the 777-200ER non-stop additional Delta flight is that the passengers in Minnesota and other U.S. cities will have an exciting way to access Seoul and dozens of Asia’s destinations with one single convenient connection in the world-class Terminal 2 at Incheon. Moreover, it is quite exciting to see both the flights’ inaugural take off from both the airports which signify the Delta-Korean Air joint venture that will benefit the passengers, employees and the communities and the shareholders.