Delta Air Lines introducing full flat-bed seats in BusinessElite cabin on Lagos-Atlanta flights
Delta Air Lines recently announced it will introduce full flat-bed seats for its travelers boarding Lagos-Atlanta business class flights.
The airline will be installing full flat-bed seats in its BusinessElite cabin on daily flights between Atlanta and Lagos starting from September 5, 2012.
The installation of business class seats is part of Delta Air Line’s ongoing plan to upgrade its global products, consumer services and facilities at the airports by investing above $3 billion through to 2013.
Delta Air Lines is the only U.S. carrier operating year-round, daily nonstop flights services between the United States and Nigeria. The airline is operating the flights with the help of a Boeing 767-300ER aircraft configured with a total of 201 seats. The airline is offering 36 business class seats in its BusinessElite cabin.
The airline in a statement said that it will be offering more than 500 business class seats every week between the United States and Nigeria.