New York to Nigeria: Delta Upgrades Flights with Airbus A330s

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Even though summer travel is just getting started, Delta Airlines is already thinking about winter. They’ve announced some exciting changes for flights to Africa this December.

First, they’re bringing back daily non-stop flights from New York (JFK) to Lagos, Nigeria starting December 1st. This route hasn’t been served since October 2022. Flights will be on Airbus A330-200 planes, which have comfortable seating options, including lie-flat beds in the Delta One class. There’s also premium economy with more legroom and adjustable footrests. Daily flights will continue until mid-January, then switch to three times a week.

Delta Airlines Passenger enjoying their premium services (Credits: Travel+Leisure)

Delta is also making upgrades on flights to other parts of Africa. Here’s the breakdown:

Accra, Ghana: Starting in October, flights will be on Airbus A330-900neo planes, offering 30% more capacity than before.

Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa: Delta will be using a special “higher-premium” version of their A350-900 planes on these routes. This means more private suites in the Delta One class.

These changes mean more comfortable seating, more space, and more premium options for travelers flying between the US and Africa with Delta this winter.

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