Delta to introduce boeing 767-300 by close of year

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  1. sobore
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    Delta Airlines, the leading US carrier in West Africa, will by the close of the year introduce Boeing 767-300 aircraft with fully flat-bed seats for customers flying in Business Elite.

    Customers will be able to enjoy 77-inch, 180-degree full flat-beds in a one-two-one configuration, allowing direct aisle access and enhanced privacy.

    The aircraft will also have an in-seat audio and video on demand as entertainment throughout Economy Class on flights providing more than 20 first-run and popular classic movies, a variety of television programmes, thousands of music titles and a suite of video games.

    A statement, signed by Mr Perry Cantarutti, Senior Vice President Europe, Middle East and Africa Region and announced on Thursday, also congratulated the people of Ghana and Africa on the 50th anniversary celebration of the formation of the Africa Union (AU).

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    Slow news day Sobore? :D
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    Doesn't the 767 already fly these routes? DL 54: ATL- Lagos, B767, DL26 to Accra is 767.....Most of those are already flat bed. Unless they are flown with the dumpy old 763s that go to Europe.....and still no timeline for the A330s to be all flat bed. :mad:
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