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July 16, 2019 - by Jon Ostrower for theaircurrent.com
Delta Air Lines opened its doors Monday morning at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to show off its new A330-900neo.
The aircraft entered service officially with the airline last week on the 4,972nm Pacific hop between Seattle and Shanghai. For Airbus's twin-aisle Neo, the introduction at Delta is a crucial trial for the updated Rolls-Royce Trent 7000-powered aircraft as it begins life with a blue chip U.S. airline.
For Delta, the 281-seat A330-900 replaces an aging 211-seat (3 seats are blocked for crew) 767-300ER.
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