Delta Now Offering Lie-Flat Seats in BusinessElite on All Brazilian Flights

By Eva Leonard on 12 December 2011
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As of December 14, all Delta Air Lines flights to Brazil will offer lie-flat seats in BusinessElite thanks to an an aircraft upgrade from the Boeing 767-300 to the Boeing 767-400ER.  The staggered seating pattern in the 767-400ER  offers direct aisle access for all passengers as well as greater privacy.

Delta , a member of the SkyTeam Alliance, is already flying the 767-400ER on its service between New York JFK and Sao Paulo.  Starting December 14, Delta will also employ this aircraft on its flights between Sao Paulo and Atlanta. Other improvements to Delta’s BusinessElite service to Brazil include noise canceling headphones and more entertainment options.

Delta is also scheduled to increase its services between Detroit and Sao Paulo, and Atlanta and Brasilia, to daily.

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