Why Delta’s new A220 feels bigger on the inside
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Delta Air Lines gave the world a peek at the PaxEx on its new Airbus A220-100 (formerly the Bombardier CSeries CS100) aircraft on the 10th anniversary of its merger with Northwest Airlines, and it is a big leap forward in a relatively short time.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian said of the new twinjet: "We have big plans for our A220 fleet and are confident that Delta customers and Delta people alike will be delighted with the inflight experience provided by this thoroughly modern and efficient aircraft."
For a small aircraft, the Pratt & Whitney PW1500G-powered A220 is a bit like Dr. Who's TARDIS: it's bigger on the inside. The plane was designed by Bombardier from the start to feel wide. It offers many of the same environmental, lighting and structural features that make the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Airbus A350 XWB widebody aircraft more comfortable for long-haul flights.
Extra large windows let in plenty of sunlight and offer passengers better views from above. LED lighting lets Delta mark its brand and set a mood. Generous overhead bins can accommodate passenger baggage with ease...
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