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Delta Air Lines is the second largest airline in the world in terms of passengers carried. It works hard to standardize its product across the fleet. But, there are still subtle differences between service offerings, even within the same product. See reviews of different Delta products and fleet types.
Long-haul international and domestic Business Class featuring lounge access, personalized inflight service, 180° flat-bed seats, chef-curated meals, an extensive drink selection, and expedited check-in, security screening, and baggage delivery.
Long-haul Premium Economy product on select international and domestic routes featuring Sky Priority check-in, priority boarding, domestic First style seats, upgraded in-flight dining, complimentary alcoholic beverages, and amenity kits.
Premium cabin featuring large recliner seats with extra legroom, personalized service, premium snacks on all flights, meal service on flights over 900 miles, and expedited check-in, security screening, and baggage delivery.
Upgraded product featuring early boarding, dedicated overhead bin space, additional legroom, premium snacks (meals on select domestic flights), and complimentary alcoholic beverages.
Economy class product with complimentary drinks, snacks, and entertainment.
Restricted, lower price Economy class product, with no advanced seat selection or upgrades, no full-sized carry-on bags, and limited overhead bin access. The seat pitch is the same as Main Cabin and passengers receive complimentary drinks, snacks, and entertainment.