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Sometimes you can find a Delta operated domestic flight with an internationally configured plane. But this Sunday, November 25th, 2012, you can find a lot of Delta internationally configured planes flying domestic routes. Fresh off of a 757 with Business Elite angled lie-flat cradle seats, I did one simple search, I spotted the ability to fly Delta’s 747, 767 and 777 in their fully lie-flat seats. Here are a few examples of how you can try these seats out on domestic routes.
On Sunday, November 25th, Delta is repositioning their 747 between Atlanta and Los Angeles in both directions.
On Sunday, November 25th, Delta is flying a 767-400 with the new lie-flat seats between Atlanta and Los Angeles.
Delta is also flying a 767-400 with the new lie-flat seats between Atlanta and Salt Lake City.
You can also find Delta operating an A330-200 on the Atlanta to Los Angeles route on November 25th, 2012.
A few simple searches and you could find a flight to ride in style with one of Delta’s internationally configured planes on a domestic route.
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