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Delta Air Lines Introduces Full Flat-Bed Seats On Flights

September 9, 2013 Aviation No Comments Email Email

Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) announced a significant upgrade to its service between Buenos Aires and Atlanta with the introduction of full flat-bed seats in the BusinessElite cabin available from Jan. 16, 2014.

The full flat-bed seats have a full 180º recline and have oversized personal entertainment screens allowing travelers to increase productivity, rest and experience the audio video on demand inflight entertainment system.

“Delta continues its product investment in Latin America. The arrival of the updated airplane B767-300 to Buenos Aires underscores our steadfast commitment to bring our customers a superior travel experience,” said Nicolas Ferri, Delta’s vice president for Latin American and the Caribbean.  “Delta is working to become the best U.S. airline in Latin America and the Caribbean and we listen to our frequent business travelers who have stated that the flat-beds are a must. The new BusinessElite flat-bed seats have direct aisle access and give customers more privacy to work or rest on their way to and from Buenos Aires.”

The full flat-bed seats, available now for booking on, are included in the following service starting on January 16, 2013:

Flight Number Departure Arrival Frequency
DL110 Buenos Aires at 08:25 p.m. Atlanta at 05:51 a.m. (next day) Daily
DL101 Atlanta at 09:31 p.m. Buenos Aires at 08:30 a.m. (next day) Daily

As part of the ongoing improvements to its inflight experience, Delta announced in February its transformation of the sleep experience in the air by offering Westin Heavenly InFlight® bedding designed and manufactured exclusively for Delta, in all of its BusienssElite cabins throughout the world.  Additionally, Delta introduced itsnew amenity kit from Malin+Goetz and Tumi. Delta premium cabin customers already enjoy industry-leading food and wine with Latin-inspired meal selections by Chef Michelle Bernstein and elegant wines chosen byMaster Sommelier Andrea Robinson along with a variety of digital entertainment options and premium pillows and quilted duvets. The airline invested US$3 billion in product, airport terminals and services during the last two years.

Through Atlanta Delta’s hub, Argentinean travelers can connect with the more than 1,200 daily flights to 208 destinations that Delta operates, including nonstop service to 65 international destinations. Seeking to improve customers’ experience both in flight and on the ground, Delta has made a major investment at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport with a new international terminal, which opened in spring 2012 and features full signage in Spanish through the airport.

Delta customers have also access to support before, during and after their travel through our customer service Twitter channel in Spanish @DeltaAssist_ES from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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