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Most people that fly Delta frequently know that you can find flat-bed internationally configured planes on domestic routes all the time. Not only does it help you increase your chances of an upgrade because there are more seats in premium cabins on internationally configured planes, but it puts you in a flat-bed seat if you get upgraded all the way to the west coast.
It turns out there is a big change for the summer. The normal 777 that flies from Atlanta to Los Angeles leaves at 9:40 am.
But this is all changing for the summer. Starting on June 4th, 2014 the flight will leave at 6:50 PM.
This change will be in effect through September 1, 2014.
If you are looking for an internationally configured plane on a domestic route from Atlanta to Los Angeles this summer, make sure you take note of this change, or book the mid-afternoon internationally configured 767 with flat-bed seating instead.
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