Delta plans interior overhaul on domestic fleet
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ATLANTA (AP) — Delta is putting new seats and bigger overhead bins on many of the planes it flies within the U.S.

Delta says the project will cover 225 planes. Passengers will have electrical power at every seat in those planes, and most of them are getting bigger overhead bins and new seats.

The new interiors are going on Delta's Boeing 757-200s, 737-800s, and planes in the Airbus A320 family.

Delta says it will spend $770 million on the three-year project.



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