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The main cabin on Delta's renovated 777 aircraft will give passengers wider seats.

While several airlines are making headlines for downsizing the dimensions of their seats and even their bathrooms, Delta Air Lines has decided to give passengers a little more wiggle room on its 777 aircraft.

As Delta undergoes a fleet-wide interior renovation of its 777 aircraft, the planes are reemerging with a new main cabin that features nine seats per row in a 3-3-3 configuration. This means that Economy class passengers will have wider seats than in an industry standard aircraft that features 10 seats per row in a 3-4-3 configuration.

The upgraded 777 design is part of Delta’s multi-billion dollar investment in the overall customer experience. In the past several years, the airline has enhanced its main cabin experience with complimentary main cabin meals on select coast-to-coast routes, complimentary mobile messaging, complimentary in-flight entertainment, upgraded main cabin snacks, the addition of sparkling wine, access to WiFi on nearly all flights, enhanced blankets and refreshed Flight Fuel food-for-purchase options.

The 777 planes now feature a total of 296 seats including seating for 28 passengers in the Delta One suites and for 48 travelers in the Delta Premium Select cabin.

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