Delta Air Lines is pleased to announce the Atlanta-based carrier will offer elevated customer experiences beginning this fall for passengers flying on its refurbished Boeing 767-400's between Atlanta and London Heathrow starting November 12; New York-JFK and London Heathrow starting November 16; and Boston and London Heathrow starting November 20.

The upgraded Boeing 767-400 aircraft will also be deployed to operate several other routes progressively, starting with the route between New York-JFK and Zurich beginning December 8; New York-JFK and Brussels beginning January 30, 2020; and Atlanta and Brussels beginning February 22, 2020.

Delta passengers can look forward to flying on the retrofitted Boeing 767-400 aircraft that offers all four cabin products, namely Delta One, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin.

The carrier is more than happy to offer its customers more seat options as it gives them more liberty in determining their own travel experiences with Delta. In any case, having all four cabin products is a great way for Delta to offer better product consistency across its fleet - something all passengers can appreciate.

Travelers who tend to fly in Business Class will enjoy the greater comfort and privacy the new Delta One seats offer. The 34 Delta One seats available on the retrofitted Boeing 767-400 will be arranged in a 1-2-1 configuration. There will also be a new self-service area for Delta One passengers to enjoy snacks and beverages at their leisure throughout the flight.

The carrier is also expanding its international Premium Economy cabin - Delta Premium Select - to several new markets in South America and Europe. There will be 20 of such seats available on the retrofitted Boeing 767-400 aircraft.

Other routes that will be operated using the refurbished Boeing 767-400 aircraft include those between New York-JFK and São Paulo; Detroit and London Heathrow; Minneapolis and London Heathrow; Portland and London Heathrow; Atlanta and Munich; New York-JFK and Nice; Atlanta and Zurich; as well as Atlanta and Buenos Aires.

No exact dates have been given for now, but Delta has revealed that the above-mentioned routes will be flown using its upgraded Boeing 767-400 aircraft sometime in 2Q 2020.

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