Debuting in September 2017, Delta’s groundbreaking all-suite Delta One cabin promises to deliver more privacy and personal space for its business class passengers. Besides a fully flatbed seat with direct aisle access, each suite will have a door that slides shut and is as high as the seat. Other amenities in the suite include roomy stowage compartments for shoes, headphones and laptops; two consoles so passengers can comfortably spread out their drinks, reading materials and laptops; and an 18-inch-high res monitor, the largest among United States-based carriers, according to the airline. The suites will not be an additional category on top of Delta One business class, but a replacement for it entirely on some long-haul flights, primarily those with a flying time of more than 12 hours. The airline plans to introduce a second all-suite Delta One cabin in spring 2018 in its new Boeing 777 plane and will roll out additional all-suite cabins over the next several years until they are on the airline’s entire fleet of 25 Airbus A350 aircraft and 18 Boeing 777 aircraft. (The New York Times).