Delta Air Lines Boeing 717-200 N603AT at Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport

Delta Air Lines Fleet Boeing 717-200 Details and Pictures


Delta Air Lines Fleet Boeing 717-200 Details and PicturesDelta Air Lines operates 91 twin-engine, single-aisle narrow body aircraft Boeing 717-200. The year of the first Boeing 717-200 flight is 1998. Short-haul Boeing 717-200 became finalizing model of airplane family DC-9, MD 80/90 that were constructed during 40 years beginning with 1965. First the airplane was named McDonnell Douglas MD-95 and was developed as shortened version of MD-90 model. During the airplane development Boeing Company has merged McDonnell Douglas and in 1997 MD-95 was renamed to Boeing 717. Despite the merger the construction of the airplane continued. First production airplanes began to arrive to airline companies 1999. Boeing 717 took place of the smallest aircraft in Boeing model range. The construction of the airplane took place from 1997 to 2006. During this period 156 airplanes have been constructed.

 

Delta Air Lines Boeing 717-200 N934AT YYZ Toronto Pearson International Airport

Delta Air Lines Boeing 717-200 N934AT YYZ Toronto Pearson International Airport

Delta Air Lines Boeing 717-200 Fleet Aircraft Registration Number and Ages

Aircraft Reg Age
Boeing 717-200 N891AT 13.4 years
N915AT 16.5 years
N895AT 12.6 years
N910AT 16.4 years
N893AT 13.0 years
N906AT 16.5 years
N608AT 16.7 years
N892AT 13.2 years
N899AT 12.4 years
N603AT 16.2 years
N717JL 14.8 years
N894AT 12.8 years
N607AT 17.2 years
N896AT 12.6 years
N922AT 12.3 years
N955AT 17.0 years
N964AT 16.3 years
N961AT 16.4 years
N919AT 16.5 years
N921AT 16.7 years
N938AT 11.4 years
N951AT 17.5 years
N972AT 15.9 years
N967AT 16.0 years
N943AT 18.3 years
N928AT 17.0 years
N953AT 17.1 years
N936AT 17.7 years
N954AT 17.1 years
N968AT 16.0 years
N960AT 16.5 years
N940AT 18.5 years
N930AT 17.4 years
N949AT 18.5 years
N927AT 16.9 years
N950AT 17.7 years
N932AT 17.3 years
N944AT 18.3 years
N974AT 15.7 years
N963AT 16.3 years
N926AT 16.9 years
N946AT 18.1 years
N970AT 15.9 years
N937AT 16.1 years
N933AT 17.3 years
N971AT 15.9 years
N934AT 17.4 years
N958AT 16.7 years
N957AT 16.8 years
N942AT 18.3 years
N956AT 16.9 years
N966AT 16.1 years
N929AT 17.0 years
N947AT 18.1 years
N935AT 17.5 years
N975AT 15.6 years
N920AT 16.6 years
N924AT 16.7 years
N923AT 12.0 years
N959AT 16.6 years
N945AT 18.2 years
N969AT 15.9 years
N952AT 17.3 years
N925AT 16.8 years
N939AT 11.4 years
N965AT 16.2 years
N948AT 17.8 years
N980AT 15.0 years
N982AT 14.8 years
N998AT 15.0 years
N994AT 15.5 years
N997AT 15.2 years
N985AT 16.2 years
N990AT 15.9 years
N988DN 16.8 years
N992AT 15.6 years
N979AT 15.1 years
N995AT 15.3 years
N989AT 16.0 years
N996AT 15.3 years
N989DN 16.5 years
N986AT 16.2 years
N991AT 15.9 years
N987DN 17.1 years
N983AT 11.8 years
N988AT 16.3 years
N978AT 15.3 years
N977AT 15.4 years
N987AT 16.3 years
N981AT 14.9 years
N993AT 15.3 years

 

Delta Air Lines Boeing 717-200 Seating Chart and Class Configuration Details Overview

This Boeing 717 (717) seats 110 passengers and is primarily used on Domestic routes. This next-generation aircraft features 12 First Class recliner seats, 20 Delta Comfort+ seats, and 78 Economy seats.

First Class has been upgraded to the Delta standard, with the same recliner seats featured in their 757-300 fleet. Delta Comfort+ and Economy is outfitted with slim line seating that allows for additional knee clearance and power ports are available at all seats. Because this aircraft operates short-haul routes primarily, AVOD is not installed. However, Wi-Fi and wireless entertainment on demand is available.

Boeing 717-200 has seats in three classes. First class has 12 recliner seats that are located in 2-2 configuration in three rows. The seats of the 1st row may have less room for the legs as there is a bulkhead in front of them. Another disadvantage for these seats is close location of the lavatory and the galley. This fact may cause inconvenience to passengers of these seats. The seat 3B protrudes to the passage between the seats and other passengers and crew members may tend to bump into this seat.

Another class in this airplane is Delta Comfort+ that has 15 seats located in 2-3 configuration in 3 rows as well. The passengers of the seats of the 10th row may feel comfortable as there is a lot of extra legroom in front because their class is divided from the first class seats only with a curtain. The seat 10C as well as seat 3B in the first class protrudes to the passage between the seats and other passengers and crew members may bump into this seat.

The Economy class may accommodate 83 passengers. The seats of the 19th row have extra space for passengers’ legs but doesn’t recline as behind them exit row is located. These seats may be selected by Medallion members of Delta company when booking or later and become available for other passengers during check-in.

 

Delta Air Lines Narrow Body Boeing 717-200 In-flight amenities Information

  • AC Power. All seats feature a standard 110V AC power port. All seats feature a standard USB port.
  • Internet. Delta Airlines offers access to the internet using Gogo service. Connectivity is available for laptops and mobile devices. Access is available once the aircraft reaches 10,000 feet cruising altitude. More information on the service and its pricing options is listed here.
  • Food.
    • Non-alcoholic beverages are complimentary. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased for $7 in economy and are free of charge in First Class. Depending on the flight time, a small snack may also be offered.
    • Full meals may be offered in first class on flights longer than 900 miles.

Delta Air Lines Fleet Single Aisle Narrow Body Boeing 717-200 Aircraft Images Gallery

 

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