More Space For Summer: Delta Blocks Middle Seat Selection
Updated: 5 days ago
Delta is extending its commitment to making more space for safer travel by continuing to block the selection of middle seats and capping seating in every cabin through 30 September, 2020.
Through September 30, Delta will ensure more space for customers by capping seating at 50% in First Class and domestic Delta One; 60% in Main Cabin, Delta Comfort+, and Delta Premium Select; and 75% in international Delta One.
Up until September 30, middle seats will continue to be shown as unavailable or not assignable when selecting seats. Delta will also continue to block the selection of some aisle seats in aircraft with 2x2 seating configurations.
On routes where increasing customer demand is driving flight loads closer to the limits, Delta will upsize to a larger aircraft type or add more flights.
While Delta is redefining the industry standard of cleanliness and making more space onboard for customers, we’re also continuing to offer added flexibility if travel plans change.
The airline is extending its change-fee waiver for flights purchased through June 30, providing customers the option to change their plans without a fee for a year from the date of purchase.
A comprehensive overview of updates and changes can be found on Delta’s Coronavirus Update Center on delta.com.