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Flat-beds coming on Delta JFK-SEA?

Flat-beds coming on Delta JFK-SEA?

  1. SeattleTodd

    In a comment to Ben’s post on Delta’s ad and trying to win the hearts of Seattleites, Neal S. noted that lie-flat seats are coming back to Delta’s JFK routes. I haven’t heard anything about this and couldn’t find a mention of it anywhere when I searched online; I only found references to the lie-flat BusinessElite seats coming and going a few years ago. Is this really happening? I need to fly JFK-SEA after long flights home from Asia via the Middle East next March and would love a flat bed option from JFK straight to SEA.

    Thanks!

    Todd

  2. David W

    jetBlue is offering Mint services on several new routes starting in 1Q17. BOS/JFK-SEA is one of the routes but there aren’t confirmed dates yet.

  3. SeattleTodd

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 16382, member: 29″]jetBlue is offering Mint services on several new routes starting in 1Q17. BOS/JFK-SEA is one of the routes but there aren’t confirmed dates yet.[/QUOTE]

    Thanks, David. But Neal S. seemed to definitely be talking about Delta. Any ideas?

  4. Anonymous

    Nothing confirmed, I think he was just wanting to praise Delta.

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