Delta will resume its summer flights between New York’s JFK Airport and Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport from June 2.
The flights will use a 170-seat Boeing 757-200 aircraft and operate six times a week in June, five times a week in July and four times a week in August.
The aircraft will have a premium economy cabin (Economy Comfort) as well as 15 seats in BusinessElite. Economy Comfort features include priority boarding, four inches of extra legroom and 50 percent more recline than economy class.
Delta flew nearly 35,000 passengers on its New York-Stockholm flights in 2012 with a load factor of nearly 92 percent.