Delta Comfort+ Expands to Asia, Latin America and Caribbean

May 26, 2017

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Delta announced this week that it’s expanding Comfort+ to all destinations in Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.

In 2015, Delta introduced Comfort+ seating on its aircraft. It slowly rolled out the product as part of a wider upgrade of cabin interiors.

You can now buy Comfort+ fares on the new routes for flights departing from September 20, 2017 and onward.

According to Delta, Comfort+ fares are available on routes between these regions:

  • Between the US and Canada and Brazil, Argentina, Peru and Chile
  • Between the US and Canada and China and Hong Kong
  • Within the Asia-Pacific region, now including China
  • Between Asia-Pacific region markets, and Latin America / Caribbean markets, now including China, Hong Kong, Brazil, Argentina, Peru and Chile

Delta Comfort+ fares offer the following perks: Sky Priority boarding, dedicated overhead bin space, extra legroom, superior snacks, free drinks and complimentary premium entertainment. On long-haul international flights, Comfort+ passengers are also given sleep kits.

Comfort+ should not be confused with Premium Select, Delta’s premium economy product, which launches later this year. Travelers with Delta elite status also are eligible for upgrades to Comfort+, and you can earn more MQMs and SkyMiles when purchasing a Comfort+ fare.

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