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Delta introduces flat-bed seats on US-Germany flights

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Delta introduces flat-bed seats on US-Germany flights

Delta Air Lines now offers more than 3,000 fully flat-bed seats each week on its services between the US and Germany.

Delta Air Lines has added fully flat-bed seats to its BusinessElite cabin on all services between Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and Dusseldorf International Airport.

In total, 3,000 flat-bed seats will be available each week on Delta flights between the United States and Germany.

Perry Cantarutti, Delta’s Senior Vice President Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: “Germany is an important part of our transatlantic network and I am delighted that we can now offer our frequent business travellers full flat-bed seats on all our services from Germany, including Dusseldorf.

“The design of Delta’s new BusinessElite seats optimises each passenger’s space, giving them privacy to work or relax in order to arrive at their destination ready for a day’s business.”

The forward-facing seats convert to a 180-degree bed and offer direct aisle access thanks to the 1-2-1 configuration. Each seat features  a 10.6-inch screen, an electrical power socket and a USB port.

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