Filed under: Wings
We've seen sleeper suites in many international airlines but now Delta becomes the first U.S. carrier to offer this option.
Delta will introduce the new seats in early 2008, when the airline adds two new Boeing 777 Long Range aircraft to their fleet. The sleeper suite has a reclining seat that turns into a 6-foot 3-inch bed, a privacy screen with a fold-out video monitor, tray table, and storage. The suites will be available in BusinessElite Class for international travellers. The airline also plans to offer a lie-flat option on its 767 aircraft.