I’ve stumbled upon quite a few domestic routes where Delta offers Flat-Bed Business Class service form New York City. Being able to site in an internationally configured Business Class on a domestic flight certainly makes the 5+ hour flight more enjoyable. Here are just a few routes ex-New York that I’ve found offer the new Flat-Bed seat.
New York To Seattle
There is a 3:00 PM departing flight that arrives into Seattle at 6:20 PM.
Seattle To New York
There is a 7:00 AM departing flight that arrives into New York at 3:25 PM.
New York to Los Angeles
It’s great to see high frequencies of wide-body flights that offer Flat-Bed service. There is a 3:30 PM departing flight that arrives into Los Angeles at 6:50 PM.
There is a 5:00 PM departing flight that arrives into Los Angeles at 8:15 PM.
There is a 6:15 PM departing flight that arrives into Los Angeles at 9:35 PM.
Los Angeles to New York
There is a 6:30 AM departing flight that arrives into New York at 3:10 PM.
There is a 8:30 AM departing flight that arrives into New York at 5:15 PM.
Delta has some great domestic routes that operate a Flat-Bed in Business Class. The frequencies are pretty high with three Flat-Bed flights per day between New York and Los Angeles. Elite members now this is a difficult route to get upgraded on, but it can happen. Now if I can just find Business Class award availability on this route.
Have you found any other interesting routes with Flat-Bed service ex-NYC?
Looking for More Delta Miles?
- Delta’s dedicated flat-bed service routes
- Atlanta to San Francisco in Delta Business Elite on 767
- Delta’s 777 flat-bed service to LAX from Atlanta
- 767 cradle seats to Atlanta from New York
- A330 lie-flat to Atlanta from Los Angeles
- 757 lie-flat to Atlanta from New York
- 767 Business Elite flat-bed seats internationally to Brussels from Atlanta
- Flat-Bed service from Atlanta to Santiago and Atlanta to Zurich
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