Flat-bed seats • Multi-course menus by celebrity chefs • Lumbar pillows • Entertainment on
oversized screens • USB ports • L • U • X • U • R • Y •
Fly in a flat-bed seat and sink into complete relaxation with full 180º recline. Speaking of full, you’ll also enjoy a full-size pillow, direct aisle access, more privacy and oversized personal entertainment screens. Stay productive, stay entertained or stay rested — the choice is yours.
In for the long haul on a transcontinental or international flight? In addition to added amenities on board, BusinessElite tickets include expedited security, Priority Boarding and priority baggage service as part of the Delta Sky Priority® experience.
Plus, complimentary access to Delta Sky Club® and our network of SkyTeam® lounges comes standard with all international BusinessElite tickets on the day of international travel.
Get ready for a celestial experience with Westin Heavenly® In-Flight Bedding, available in every BusinessElite seat. Bedding includes an oversized, plush white comforter and hypoallergenic, down-alternative pillows. Plus, look forward to a lumbar pillow on flights longer than 12 hours, so you can wake even more renewed and refreshed upon arrival.
Each flat-bed seat is outfitted with an electrical outlet and USB port, so you can keep your electronics powered up.
Our amenity kits are created by business and lifestyle accessories brand Tumi and feature a virtually abrasion-proof ballistic nylon fabric case stocked with goodies from all-natural, New York-based apothecary MALIN + GOETZ. From the Neroli Hand & Body Lotion and Lip Moisturizer to the earplugs and Tumi eye mask, you’ll find everything you need to settle in on board
Filling up on the fly is better than ever with multi-course menus designed by celebrity chefs and featuring fresh, high-quality ingredients. Paired with our sommelier-endorsed wines, these meals are in a league of their own.
Fly to America in no time… Flat.
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