Delta’s A220 Routes and Information

Delta A220 Aircraft
Photo: Delta Airlines

The Airbus A220 (formerly Bombardier C-Series) is a game-changing regional aircraft. It has the widest middle seat, a window in the bathroom, gate to gate wifi, and is much more comfortable than the small regional jets that Delta typically operates. 

Delta has 90 Airbus A220s on order with 40 aircraft of the A220-100 variant (109 seats) and 50 aircraft as the larger A220-300 variant (130 seats). Delta’s current A220-100 variant features 82 economy seats, 15 Comfort+ seats, and 12 first class seats. 

Delta isn’t the only U.S. airline that will eventually operate the A220. JetBlue and startup airline Moxy have each both ordered 60 A220-300. (Moxy is founded by David Neeleman, who founded JetBlue, WestJet, Morris Air (sold to Southwest), and Azul). 

Delta’s A220 Routes

Current A220 Routes

  • New York (LGA)
    • Boston (BOS)
    • Dallas (DFW)
    • Houston (IAH)
  • Detroit (DTW) – Dallas (DFW)
  • Salt Lake City (SLC) – Dallas (DFW)
  • Seattle (SEA) – San Jose (SJC) in June 2019
  • Minneapolis (MSP) – Dallas (DFW) in June 2019

Future A220 Routes

  • Detroit (DTW) – Houston (IAH) in July 2019
  • Minneapolis (MSP) – Houston (IAH) in July 2019
  • Salt Lake City (SLC) – Houston (IAH) in July 2019
  • New York (JFK) – Dallas (DFW) in August 2019
  • Seattle (SEA) to Fairbanks (FAI) in October 2019. 
  • Los Angeles (LAX) – Austin (AUS) in December 2019
  • Los Angeles (LAX) – Seattle (SEA) in December 2019
  • Seattle (SEA) – Salt Lake City (SLC) in January 2020
  • Seattle (SEA) – San Francisco (SFO) in January 2020
  • Salt Lake City (SLC) to Atlanta (ATL) in March 2020
  • Salt Lake City (SLC) to New York (JFK) in March 2020

Delta A220 Seat Map

Delta A220 Seat Map

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