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Anytime I look for a flight, I always, always pay attention to the aircraft type. It can make or break your experience. Like the time I flew back from Los Angeles to Atlanta and was upgraded at the gate to a lie-flat Business Elite seat on Delta’s old A330 plane. The flight wouldn’t have been as comfortable on a 757 or 737. So I always pay attention to the type of plane and particularly the type of seat on the plane when booking a flight.
This brings me to the point of my post. If you are considering flying all the way out to Seattle from the Southeast, one of the flights you should consider is Delta’s flight 2368.
Of all the flights to Seattle, this is the one I would book if I had a choice. If you click on the “view seats” option for this flight you’ll see why.
This flight is operated by their A330 with newly equipped Flat-Bed Business Elite seating.
And, if you are lucky enough to book on this plane for the long transcontinental flight, I would select the rear Business Elite cabin which is a little more cozy, as I did when the flight was equipped with the old Northwest “pod” style Business Elite seats.
If you are flying from Atlanta (or elsewhere in the Southeast) consider taking Delta’s morning A330 operated flight which comes with Flat-Bed seats. It will make the long flight much more enjoyable if you get upgraded as a result of earning Delta status, or simply picking up a cheap first class fare when they pop up.
- Delta A330 Business Class Trip Report – Always Check The Plane Type Before Booking
- Delta Secrets – Delta’s First Flat-Bed A330 Revenue Flight
- New Delta A330 Business Elite Seat & More Delta Airbus Aircraft
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