The Delta Inflight Service Products/Offerings Guide

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    Again, more of a FYI topic more for convenience. Below is a resource as to what amenities one might find on certain planes, routes, etc. First 3/4 of this post is dedicated to aircraft types; the bottom 1/4 contains information on inflight meal services.

    Info is current as of 10 February 2011.

    Hard Product (in-flight entertainment, wi-fi/power, etc.)

    Airbus A319-100 (319 in timetable/ internal Delta code):
    - 12 seats in First Class, 114 in Economy
    - Found flying in North America
    - There is no video or audio on this plane.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    Airbus A320-200 (320 in timetable/internal Delta code)
    - 16 seats in First Class, 132 in Economy
    - Found flying in North America.
    - There is no video or audio on this plane.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    Airbus A330-200 (332 in timetable/internal Delta code)
    - 32 seats in BusinessElite, 211 in Economy
    - Found primarily on international routes; mostly to Europe currently but occasionally to Asia; these can occasionally be found on select hub-to-hub routes
    - BusinessElite seats are lie-flat seats that are angled (not flat bad).
    - There is complimentary audio/video on-demand at each seat on this aircraft, including pre-loaded movies, television shows, music and in-flight map
    - There is SMS Messaging ability (via the in seat video unit) available for a fee
    - There is no wi-fi on this aircraft
    - There is AC Power in all BusinessElite seats as well as all seats in Rows 10-23
    Airbus A330-300 (333 in timetable/internal Delta code)
    - 34 seats in BusinessElite, 264 in Economy
    - Found primarily on international routes; mostly to Europe/India currently but occasionally to Asia. Also used on the Atlanta-Honolulu route.
    - BusinessElite seats are lie-flat seats that are angled (not flat bad).
    - There is complimentary audio/video on-demand at each seat on this aircraft, including pre-loaded movies, television shows, music and in-flight map
    - There is SMS Messaging ability (via the in seat video unit) available for a fee
    - There is no wi-fi on this aircraft
    - There is AC Power in all BusinessElite seats as well as all seats in Rows 10-28
    Boeing 737-700 (73W in timetable/internal Delta code)
    - 12 seats in First Class, 112 in Economy
    - Found flying primarily in North America, but occasionally used to South America. These planes are often used into performance-challenged airports such as Key West, Orange County and Tegucigalpa
    - There is audio/video on demand on this aircraft. 18 channels of satellite TV, music and in-flight map are complimentary. Movies, television shows and HBO programming are available for a fee.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    - There is AC Power in all First Class seats; there is USB power at all seats on the aircraft
    Boeing 737-800 – Overhead Monitors (738 in timetable/internal Delta code) – 43 planes
    - 16 seats in First Class, 144 in Economy
    - Found flying in North America
    - There is overhead video displaying movies/television on this aircraft.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    - There is AC Power in all First Class seats
     
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    Boeing 737-800 – AVOD (73H in timetable/internal Delta code) – 30 planes
    - 16 seats in First Class, 144 in Economy
    - Found flying in North America
    - There is audio/video on demand on this aircraft. 18 channels of satellite TV, music and in-flight map are complimentary. Movies, television shows and HBO programming are available for a fee.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    - There is AC Power in all First Class seats; there is USB power at all seats on the aircraft
    Boeing 747-400 (744 in timetable/internal Delta code)
    - 65 seats in BusinessElite; 338 seats in Economy
    - Found flying primarily to Asia; also used on select trans-Atlantic flights
    - BusinessElite seats are lie-flat seats that are angled (not flat bad).
    - There is complimentary audio/video on-demand at each BusinessElite on this aircraft, including pre-loaded movies, television shows, music and in-flight map; in Economy there are overhead monitors
    - There is no wi-fi on this aircraft
    - There is AC Power in all BusinessElite seats
    - These planes will be retrofitted to lie-flat seats in BusinessElite and personal in-seat entertainment in Economy starting in 2011.
    Boeing 757-200 – Legacy Delta Regular Domestic (757 in timetable/internal Delta code) – 59 planes
    - 24 seats in First Class; 159 seats in Economy. These planes have 6 rows in First Class, with Economy starting at Row 19 and going to Row 45. There 6 doors and 4 overwing exits on this aircraft
    - Found flying in North America and northern South America
    - There is overhead video displaying movies/television on this aircraft.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    Boeing 757-200 – Legacy Northwest Domestic, 5500 Series (757 in timetable/75N for internal Delta code) – 14 planes
    - 22 seats in First Class; 160 seats in Economy. These planes have 6 rows in First Class (missing seats 1C and 1D) and Economy starts at Row 13 and goes to Row 41. These planes have 8 doors.
    - Found flying in North America and northern South America
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    - There is no video or audio on this plane.
    Boeing 757-200 – Legacy Northwest Domestic, 5600 series (757 in timetable/75N for internal Delta code) – 10 planes
    - 22 seats in First Class; 162 seats in Economy. These planes have 6 rows in First Class (missing seats 1C and 1D) and Economy starts at Row 16 and goes to Row 42. These planes have 6 doors and 4 overwing exits.
    - Found flying in North America and northern South America
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    - There is no video or audio on this plane.
    Boeing 757-200 – Legacy Song subsidiary (757 in timetable; 75X for internal Delta code) – 48 planes
    - 26 seats in First Class; 158 seats in Economy. These planes have 7 rows in First Class (missing seats 1C and 1D) and Economy starts at Row 18 and goes to Row 44. These planes have 6 doors and 4 overwing exits.
    - Found flying in North America and northern South America
    - There is audio/video on demand on this aircraft. 18 channels of satellite TV, music and in-flight map are complimentary. Movies, television shows and HBO programming are available for a fee.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    - There is AC Power in all First Class seats; there is USB power at all seats on the aircraft
    Boeing 757-200 – former TWA fleet (752 in timetable; 75E for internal Delta code) – 17 planes
    - 16 seats in BusinessElite; 158 seats in Economy. These planes have 4 rows in BusinessElite and Economy starts at Row 18 and goes to Row 44. These planes have 8 doors.
    - Found flying primarily to Europe, as well as on the New York/JFK-Los Angeles/San Francisco routes.
    - BusinessElite seats are cradle-style seats that recline to approximately 160 degrees.
    - There is audio/video on demand on this aircraft. All content is preloaded. Movies/TV shows are complimentary for the BusinessElite cabin on all flights and in Economy on international flights.
    - There is AC Power at all BusinessElite seats and the first 10 rows of Economy on this aircraft. There is USB power at all seats.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    Boeing 757-200 – Legacy Northwest trans-Atlantic (752 in timetable; 75A for internal Delta code) – 8 planes
    - 16 seats in BusinessElite; 150 seats in Economy. These planes have 4 rows in BusinessElite and Economy starts at Row 16 and goes to Row 40. These planes have 6 doors and 4 overwing exits.
    - Found flying primarily to Europe (out of New York/JFK) and on select Asia Interport flights out of the Tokyo/Narita hub
    - BusinessElite seats are cradle-style seats that recline to approximately 160 degrees.
    - There are overhead monitors on this plane. BusinessElite passengers receive handheld devices to use
    - There is AC Power at all BusinessElite seats
    Boeing 757-200 – Legacy Northwest Interport (757 in timetable; 75J for internal Delta code) – 5 planes
    - 20 seats in First Class; 162 seats in Economy. First Class is missing seats 1C, 1D, 6C, 6D. Economy goes from Row 16 to Row 42. These planes have 6 doors and 4 overwing exits.
    - Found primarily flying from the Tokyo Interport to beach markets; there is are 1-2 planes flying domestically on mainland-Hawaii and other domestic routes
    - There are overhead monitors on this plane.
    - There is no wi-fi on this plane.
    Boeing 757-200 – Legacy Delta (ex-ATA/Singapore) planes (757 in timetable; 75V for internal Delta code) – 4 planes
    - 22 seats in First Class; 156 seats in Economy. First Class is missing seats 6A and 6B.
    - Found primarily flying on West Coast-Hawaii routes but also on select domestic routes
    - There are overhead monitors on this plane
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    - First Class seats have footrests that extend from the seat bottom. The A/B side of First Class has approximately 3-4” more legroom
    Boeing 757-300 (753 in timetable/internal Delta code)
    - 24 seats in First Class; 200 seats in Economy.
    - Found flying domestically and on West Coast-Hawaii
    - There are overhead monitors on this plane
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    Boeing 767-300 Domestic (763 in timetable; 76P/76Q for internal Delta codes)
    - 24 seats in First Class; 238 seats in Economy
    - Found flying domestically and on West Coast-Hawaii
    - There is audio/video on demand on this aircraft. 18 channels of satellite TV, music and in-flight map are complimentary. Movies, television shows and HBO programming are available for a fee.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    - There is AC Power in all First Class seats; there is USB power at all seats on the aircraft
    Boeing 767-300ER International (767 in timetable; 76L for internal Delta code)
    - 36 seats in BusinessElite; 185 seats in Economy. There is no way via seatmaps to verify if you are on a 76L or 76T. Delta reservations agents can note in DLTerm which model it is.
    - Found primarily flying to Europe, South America and Asia. Also found on select domestic flights.
    - BusinessElite has audio-video on demand. Economy has pre-programmed audio as well as overhead monitors
    - There is AC Power in all BusinessElite seats
    - BusinessElite seats are cradle-style seats that recline to approximately 160 degrees.
    Boeing 767-300ER International (767 in timetable; 76T for internal Delta code)
    - 36 seats in BusinessElite; 185 seats in Economy. There is no way via seatmaps to verify if you are on a 76L or 76T. Delta reservations agents can note in DLTerm which model it is.
    - Found primarily flying to Asia and Middle East, but also on select Europe/South America flights. Also found on select domestic flights.
    - All seats have audio-video on demand with pre-loaded movies, TV shows and music.
    - There is AC Power in all BusinessElite seats. There is AC Power in the first 10 rows of the economy cabin.
    - BusinessElite seats are cradle-style seats that recline to approximately 160 degrees.
     
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    Boeing 767-400ER (764 in timetables; 76C in internal Delta code)
    - 42 seats in BusinessElite; 206 seats in Economy. Seats are six-abrest in BusinessElite
    - Found primarily flying to Europe and South America.
    - All seats have audio-video on demand with pre-loaded movies, TV shows and music.
    - There is AC Power in all BusinessElite seats. There is AC Power in the first 10 rows of the economy cabin.
    - BusinessElite seats are cradle-style seats that recline to approximately 160 degrees.
    Boeing 767-400ER (764 in timetables; 76D in internal Delta code)
    - 40 seats in BusinessElite; 206 seats in Economy. Seats are four-abrest in BusinessElite
    - Found primarily flying to London/Heathrow and other select European/South American destinations. This is the go-forward reconfiguration for all 767-400s.
    - All seats have audio-video on demand with pre-loaded movies, TV shows and music.
    - There is AC Power in all BusinessElite seats. There is AC Power in the first 10 rows of the economy cabin.
    - BusinessElite seats are flat-bed seats that go to 180-degree full recline.
    Boeing 777-200ER Recliner Configuration (777 in timetables; 77E in internal Delta code)
    - 50 seats in BusinessElite; 233 seats in Economy.
    - This plane is being reconfigured to the 777-200LR configuration and is scheduled for completion by Q2 2011.
    - Found primarily flying to Asia and select domestic flights
    - All seats have audio-video on demand with pre-loaded movies, TV shows and music.
    - There is AC Power in all BusinessElite seats. There is AC Power in the first 10 rows of the economy cabin.
    - BusinessElite seats are cradle-style seats that recline to approximately 160 degrees.
    Boeing 777-200LR/777-200ER Retrofits (77L in timetables; 77L in internal Delta code)
    - 45 seats in BusinessElite; 221 seats in Economy
    - Found primarily flying to Asia, Australia, South Africa and select domestic flights.
    - All seats have audio-video on demand with pre-loaded movies, TV shows and music.
    - There is AC Power in all BusinessElite seats. There is AC Power in the first 10 rows of the economy cabin.
    - BusinessElite seats are flat-bed seats that go to 180-degree full recline in a herringbone design.
    McDonnell Douglas DC-9-50 (D95 in timetables/internal Delta code)
    - 16 seats in First Class; 109 seats in Economy
    - Found flying in North America, primarily the Eastern half of the United States
    - There is no video or audio on this plane.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    McDonnell Douglas MD-88 (M88 in timetables/internal Delta code)
    - 14 seats in First Class; 128 seats in Economy
    - Found flying in North America, primarily the Eastern half of the United States
    - There is no video or audio on this plane.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    McDonnell Douglas MD-88 (M88 in timetables; M8R in internal Delta code)
    - 16 seats in First Class; 133 seats in Economy
    - MD-88s are being reconfigured to this configuration; Delta reservations agents can tell if you are on said plane. Looking at seat maps, there are four full rows in First Class and no rear galley in economy.
    - There is no video or audio on this plane.
    - There is AC power in First Class and in the first 10 rows of economy on this plane
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    McDonnell Douglas MD-90 (M90 in timetables/internal Delta code)
    - 12 seats in First Class; 138 seats in Economy
    - Found flying in North America
    - There is overhead video on this plane.
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
    McDonnell Douglas MD-90 (M90 in timetables; M9K in internal Delta code)
    - 16 seats in First Class; 144 seats in Economy
    - MD-90 are being reconfigured to this configuration; Delta reservations agents can tell if you are on said plane. Looking at seat maps, there are four full rows in First Class and no rear galley in economy.
    - There is overhead video on select versions of this plane. Other versions do not have video but are slated to get personal video starting in late 2011.
    - There is AC power in First Class and in the first 10 rows of economy on this plane
    - There is cabin-wide GoGo in-flight Internet for a fee
     
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    Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ in timetables/internal Delta code)
    - 50 seats in Economy
    - There are no on-board amenities on this plane.
    - Overhead bins do not fit rollaboards on this plane and will use the pink-tag valet planeside service
    - These planes are operated by Delta Connection carriers Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Comair, Mesaba, Pinnacle, SkyWest
    Canadair Regional Jet 700 (CR7 in timetables/internal Delta code)
    - 9 seats in First Class; 56 seats in Economy
    - There are no on-board amenities on this plane. These will get wi-fi installed in 2011.
    - Overhead bins do not fit rollaboards on this plane and will use the pink-tag valet planeside service
    - These planes are operated by Delta Connection carriers Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Comair, SkyWest
    Canadair Regional Jet 900 (CR9 in timetables/internal Delta code)
    - 12 seats in First Class; 64 seats in Economy
    - There are no on-board amenities on this plane. These will get wi-fi installed in 2011.
    - Overhead bins do not fit rollaboards on this plane and will use the pink-tag valet planeside service
    - These planes are operated by Delta Connection carriers Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Comair, Mesaba, Pinnacle, SkyWest
    Embraer 145 (ERJ in timetable/ER4 in internal Delta code)
    - 50 seats in Economy
    - There are no on-board amenities on this plane.
    - Overhead bins do not fit rollaboards on this plane and will use the pink-tag valet planeside service
    - These planes are operated by Delta Connection carrier Chautauqua
    Embraer 170 (E70 in timetable/internal Delta code)
    - Unknown configuration (these planes will be joining the fleet in 2011)
    - Overhead bins do fit rollaboards
    - Planes will have wi-fi installed
    - These planes will be operated by Delta Connection carrier Shuttle America
    Embraer 175 (E75 in timetables/internal Delta code)
    - 12 seats in First Class; 64 seats in Economy
    - There are no on-board amenities on this plane. These will get wi-fi installed in 2011.
    - Overhead bins do fit rollaboards on this plane
    - These planes are operated by Delta Connection carriers Shuttle America and Compass
    Embraer 120
    - These planes have 33-34 seats in economy and are found only flying out of Salt Lake City
    - There are no on-board amenities on this plane.
    - Overhead bins do not fit rollaboards on this plane and will use the pink-tag valet planeside service
    - These planes are operated by Delta Connection carrier SkyWest
    Saab 340
    - These planes have 33-34 seats in economy and are being retired by 2012.
    - There are no on-board amenities on this plane.
    - Overhead bins do not fit rollaboards on this plane and will use the pink-tag valet planeside service
    - These planes are operated by Delta Connection carrier Mesaba
     
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    In-Flight Amenities:
    North America First Class (excluding JFK-Los Angeles/San Francisco only):
    On routes under 250 miles:
    - Complimentary full bar service
    - Choice of peanuts, pretzels or Biscoff cookies
    On routes between 251-899 miles, and on routes between 900-1499 miles during non-meal hours:
    - Complimentary full bar service
    - Choice of items from the snack basket, including peanuts, pretzels, Biscoff cookies, Sun Chips, chocolate and fresh fruit
    On routes between 900-1499 miles during meal hours:
    - Complimentary full bar service
    - Complimentary cold meal. During breakfast, this is cereal, yogurt, a breakfast bread and fresh fruit. During lunch/dinner, this is a choice between a salad and a sandwich. During dinner hours, hot soup is offered as well.
    - Choice of items from the snack basket, including peanuts, pretzels, Biscoff cookies, Sun Chips, chocolate and fresh fruit
    On routes 1500 miles and longer:
    - Complimentary full bar service.
    - Complimentary hot meal (2 meal choices). During breakfast, this is often a choice between a cold cereal, breakfast bread, yogurt and fruit or an omelette. During lunch, it is often a choice between a hot sandwich, salad, pizza, etc. Dinner tends to be a choice between meat and pasta. Meals have been fluctuating a lot lately.

    North America Economy Class
    On routes under 250 miles:
    - No service in economy
    On routes between 250-599 miles:
    - Complimentary non-alcoholic drinks. Beer is available for $5, wine/spirits for $7. Complimentary choice of peanuts, pretzels, Biscoff cookies.
    On routes between 600-1499 miles:
    - Complimentary non-alcoholic drinks. Beer is available for $5, wine/spirits for $7. Complimentary choice of peanuts, pretzels, Biscoff cookies.
    - Choice of non-perishable items off of the EATS Food for Sale menu
    On routes over 1500 miles:
    - Complimentary non-alcoholic drinks. Beer is available for $5, wine/spirits for $7. Complimentary choice of peanuts, pretzels, Biscoff cookies.
    - Choice of perishable and non-perishable items off of the EATS Food for Sale menu

    JFK-Los Angeles/San Francisco Business Elite service
    - Complimentary full bar service
    - Choice of three entrees for meals. Breakfast tends to be an omelette, cereal and French toast/pancakes; lunch/dinner tends to be steak/chicken/pasta. Lunch/dinner is served with a starter (often a scallop, shrimp or salmon) with salad; dessert is a choice of fruit/cheese plate or ice cream sundae. Chocolate chip cookies are often distributed later in flight.
    - On redeye flights, a breakfast bread is normally distributed prior to landing.

    BusinessElite International Service
    - Complimentary full bar service
    - Selection of two appetizers for main course, followed by choice of at least four entrees (typically chicken, beef, fish and another option). Dessert is ice cream sundae or fruit/cheese plate.
    - Selection of 2-3 items for second course in flight

    International Economy Service
    - Complimentary non-alcoholic drinks, as well as beer and wine. Spirits are available for $7.
    - Choice of two meals for main dinner – normally meat or pasta. Second service is either a choice of meals or a light snack, depending on length of flight.

    Note on Delta mainline flights and select Connection carriers, Delta is a cashless airline and will only accept American Express, Visa, Mastercard or Discover (or Medallion Have One on Us coupons in select instances) for onboard purchases for EATS items, alcoholic beverages and headsets.
     
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    Great information!
     
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    Bold headers would be helpful.
     
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    Noted and done [​IMG]
     
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    This is really helpful. Thanks!
     
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    Quite a good post and the information appears to be completely accurate. It will be a substantial service to most DL flyers.
     
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    good work and good info
     
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    Bleh, Never mind. How in the world do you add this data formatted as a table.
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    Plane # Seats Routes Video? Audio? GoGo? Other Notes

    319 12 F / 114 Y North America No No Yes [/tr]



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    <td>Plane <td># Seats <td>Routes <td>Video? <td>Audio? <td>GoGo? <td>Other Notes</td></tr>
    <td>319 <td>12 F / 114 Y <td> North America <td>No <td>No <td>Yes <td> </td></tr>
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    Good point vuelos. Might be something we can discuss this weekend at the session in Los Angeles.
     
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    Great information!

    You may want to note the forthcoming aircraft that will have Economy Comfort mini-cabin (all 747s, A330s, and 777s. The int'l 767s and 757s (including JFK-LA/SF)
     
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    Thanks for the info! Thought it shows in the footer perhaps a line in the beginning saying when the post was updated?
     
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    Thanx for giving us the information
     
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    I don't usually give multiple likes to the same person (especially in the same thread) but the OP got three of them from me -- one for each of the first three posts.
     
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    Thanks for this extensive post. Now I know what flies between ATL & HNL. Is there anyway to make it a "Sticky" like in forums over at flyertalk?
     
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    Thank you for taking the time to compile and post this information! Excellent job! :D
     
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    I appreciate you putting this together. Many thanks!
     
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    Great work. A couple of things maybe to add:

    Boeing 757-200 – Legacy Northwest trans-Atlantic (752 in timetable; 75A for internal Delta code) – 8 planes
    These planes have 35" pitch in coach.

    Airbus A330-300 (333 in timetable/internal Delta code)
    Rows 10-38 in coach have 2" additional pitch (33" instead of 31" I believe)
     
  22. Wonderful post with very helpful info! Thanks
     
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    Welcome to MP. I just gave you your first like on your first post.
     
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    I am confused.... I am flying PVG - DTW on Sept 9 in BE. Is my plane the 777-ER or 777-LR? On the Delta seatmap it shows the "herringbone" pattern but I think the plane is the 777-ER. Also delta.com shows this as a "cradle" seat and not a "lay-flat" seat based on the blue sleeping man icon...
     
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    Great thread! I have to wonder, how the DL JFK/LAX, SFO is doing compared to UA PS flights (which have F, J, Y+). BE is a good product, but USPS does offer international F service. It would be interesting to see how they do product, rev, and upgrade comparisons.
     
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