21 FEBRUARY 2011
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Delta Air Lines has confirmed that it plans to install 34 horizontal flat-bed BusinessElite seats on each of its 32 Airbus A330 aircraft used on international flights by 2013. The cabin layout has been so designed that each passenger gains individual access.
The new A330 seat, manufactured by Weber Aircraft LLC, will be 81.7 inches in length and 20.5 inches wide, similar to the flat-bed product currently offered on Delta's 777 fleet. It will also feature a 120-volt universal power outlet, USB port, personal LED reading lamp and a 15.4 inch personal video monitor with instant access to 250 new and classic movies, premium programming from HBO and Showtime, other television programming, video games and more than 4,000 digital music tracks.
With the completion of the A330 upgrade it is expected that all the 150 aircraft used on international long haul flights will have flat-bed seats. www.delta.com
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