Thanks to its ongoing partnership with Virgin Australia and an upgraded fleet of Boeing 777 aircraft, Delta’s non-stop service from Sydney to Los Angeles is now bigger and better than ever before. If you live here in our beloved city and enjoy the spirit of travel as much as we do, there’s a daily flight awaiting your arrival. And if you happen to live in Melbourne or Brisbane, fret not, because the airline serves you there as well through its joint venture with Virgin Australia.
Building upon 10 years of impeccable service, Delta distinguishes itself as early as the ticket-buying process. That’s when you discover the glory of all-inclusive fare, which covers luggage, food, seat selection, and SkyMiles or Velocity points. It paves the way for a best-in-class experience aboard the new Boeing 777, where you’re essentially spoiled by the time you take your seat.
With its impeccable Business cabin, the new aircraft is an absolute haven for high rollers, in particular. Features include private suite facilities, chef-curated meals, fully flat-bed seats with direct aisle access, and a host of luxurious amenities.
Over in Economy and Premium Economy, meanwhile, the airline doesn’t slouch. In fact, the new 777 delivers the widest economy seats out of any flight over the Pacific. Along similarly accommodating lines, all the seats feature surprisingly ample amounts of legroom, an absolute must during those long flights. And don’t forget: two 23kg of luggage is included with your fare.
Ultimately, the 777 breaks down into four unique cabins. At the top of the line is the Delta One Suite cabin and its complimentary Sky Club access, 180-degree flatbed seats, amenity kits, and chef-curated cuisine, among other things. Next up is the Premium Select cabin, which offers 75% more seat recline than the Main cabin, along with impressive 13.3″ entertainment screens, a pre-departure beverage, plated meals, dedicated in-cabin flight attendants, and more.
If you’re not quite ready for the Delta One Suite or Premium Select cabins, consider the Comfort+ cabin instead. Compared to the Main cabin, it features 3″ of extra legroom and 50% more recline. That’s joined by dedicated overhead bin space, early boarding, and a personal amenity kit.
Last up is the Main cabin, which is economic in price but still packed with perks. Featuring 9 abreast seating for extra comfort, it hosts the widest seats in Delta’s entire fleet. What’s more, the airline recently introduced a new Main cabin service on all long haul international flights. Now included with your ticket is a welcome bellini cocktail, extra blankets, hot towel service, enhanced dining cutlery and trays, your choice of entrée, larger meals, Ben & Jerry’s ice cream (on flights from LAX to Sydney), and complimentary chocolate. That’s all in addition to the free luggage, in-flight WiFi, and other award-winning service features.
Working in tandem with Virgin Australia, Delta connects passengers to 250 destinations in North America and 48 destinations in Australia and New Zealand. Recognised by Fortune as one of the Most Admired Companies and the most admired airline, Delta has ranked #1 in the Business Travel News Annual Airline survey for a whopping eight consecutive years. With the new Boeing 777, an already legendary airline exceeds its reputation. Plus, no one’s going to argue with a lack of luggage fees.