Delta Airlines and the city of Los Angeles are the latest partnership to contribute to the widespread overhaul of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Current on-going renovations at the airport include investments in baggage screening systems, upgrades to the Tom Bradley international terminal, and now Delta’s Terminal 5 is being spruced up to the tune…read more >>>
Flight DL 17 to Sydney is currently using a Boeing 777-200LR. It carries 269 passengers - 45 in Business Elite class, 36 in Economy Comfort and a further 188 in Economy. The seating plan sees a herring bone formation of 1-2-1 in Business Elite at the nose of the plane, and the other two classes in a 3-3-3 layout towards the rear.
In The Air
Delta's Business Elite Class offers all the customary luxury: seats which lie fully flat, an oversized touch-screen entertainment console and priority check-in. Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello is the man currently in charge of creating a mouth-watering menu for Delta's Business Elite passengers.
Economy Comfort on Delta provides an extra 4 inches of legroom and a further 50% angle of recline over the Economy seats. Both Economy Comfort and Economy feature sea-tback touch-screen entertainment, and Delta also offers on-board wireless internet to all its long-haul passengers (for a fee) .
On The Ground
Delta has 242 Sky Clubs and partner lounges worldwide providing refreshment and relaxation to travelers prior to their flight. A Sky Club membership or a ticket of at least Business Elite class are required to make use of the Lounge facilities before your flight.