Looking forward to flying in Delta Air Lines' new Airbus A220 aircraft that offers a spacious, modern interior as well as taking a peek out of the popular lavatory window? This summer is your chance to do just that: Delta has just announced the Airbus A220's expansion to its Seattle hub and nine other airports around the country.

In fact, Delta's Airbus A220 aircraft will be operating up to 74 domestic flights daily across the United States this summer. The 10 airports include: Boston; Dallas-Fort Worth; Detroit; Newark; Houston-Bush Intercontinental; New York-LaGuardia; Minneapolis/St. Paul; Seattle; San Jose; and Salt Lake City.

Offering an elevated onboard experience featuring 18.6" wide Main Cabin seats, seat-back inflight entertainment screens, full-spectrum LED ambient lighting, 2Ku Wi-Fi, extra large overhead bins and windows etc, the state-of-the-art single-aisle aircraft also boasts superb fuel efficiency.

Delta's Airbus A220 plane offers a total of 109 seats, including 82 Main Cabin seats, 15 Delta Comfort+ seats and 12 First Class seats. The Atlanta-based carrier is the launch customer of the Airbus A220. It has revealed that it plans to add a total of 90 A220's to aircraft fleet in the next four years.

The Main Cabin seats available on Delta's A220 aircraft are the widest Main Cabin seats in Delta's fleet. They have a 2-by-3 configuration, and each seat comes with personal power ports as well as access to free premium inflight entertainment via individual seat-back screens.

The First Class seats available on the A220 are arranged in a 2-by-2 layout. These seats boast a new, modern design in addition to letting passengers enjoy the largest inflight entertainment screens among all of Delta's domestic First Class products.

Denise Bay is a staff writer at GET.com. Email: denise.bay@get.com.