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Delta First/BusinessElite FLL-ATL-BOS-AMS (Long)  
User currently offlineLPDAL From United States of America, joined Mar 2012, 372 posts, RR: 2
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Hey there,

At the start of the new year my parents had decided to take a vacation to Europe before life events would interfere with future vacations. Originally the plan would be to go to Rome but it was changed to Amsterdam as that is where our cruise would leave from. My mother and I's tickets were purchased entirely from Skymiles, while my father paid for his ticket with money. Without further ado, enjoy!

FLL-ATL
Flight #: Delta 2326
Aircraft: 757-200 (752) With IFE
Date: 3 July 2012
Seat: 7C, First class

After a rather uneventful morning, I arrived at FLL with my parents. Using the Sky Priority Lane, we were quickly passed through and soon on our way to security.

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Delta Sky Priority check-in at FLL.

Security was the same as always: Take your shoes off, remove your laptop, and put your bag in the scanner. Nothing much new there. (Note: No pictures of the security lane, thanks to another a.netter for reminding me)
We had some time to kill, so we headed to the Sky Lounge/Crown Room. My dad produced his Platinum Medallion Amex at the front desk and we were let in.


Entrance to FLL Sky club.

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Delta Sky Club interior.

I have been to the (EX) Continental Club at FLL, and it is nothing compared to the Delta one. This club had food (pastries and hot oatmeal) and a full bar, while the Continental Club (when I was there) had little more than munchies.

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Pastries at the Sky Club.

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Hot oatmeal at the Sky Club. Unlike my last trip report, the oatmeal was just right. With a little brown sugar, it tasted like heaven.

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Bar at the Sky Club.

After we got some drinks and food, we relaxed for bit. The Sky Club has free internet service if you are using your own device, which is very nice. The oatmeal they had was delicious with some brown sugar, and I had a cup of it.

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Our consumable selction. You can also see my father's laptop.

After about 30 minutes, the front desk came on the intercom and announced our flight was boarding. Just the right amount of time!

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Gate D8, my second home.

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The gateway to Atlanta, a 752 with IFE.

The boarding of the flight went as usual. When I got on the plane, I was pleased to see that it was one of the 752s with IFE. As always, complimentary Dasani water, a small pillow, and a small blanket were provided in every First Class seat.

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First Class cabin during boarding.

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First Class seats during boarding.

It seemed that after boarding I had sat in the wrong seat, 7D instead of 7C, and my mother sat in 7C instead of 7B. Thankfully 7D didn't mind about the unintentional seat poaching, and happily took 7B.

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Complimentary mini Dasani water bottles and headphones.

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Rear of First Class Seat.

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My view out of the window.

Soon after the boarding stopped, we were granted clearance to take off. Today's takeoff would be to the east with a turn to the north to align with our destination, ATL.

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Smoking is not allowed on any Delta flight.......

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and Federal law prohibits tampering with or destroying a restroom smoke detector.

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Taxi for takeoff

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Takeoff to the east.

As this was just a short regional hop to Atlanta, no meal service was provided. Snack basket service was offered instead.

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Coke, Biscoff, and mini pretzels.Besides the usual Biscoff, Pretzels, and lightly salted peanuts, they also had apples, bananas, chips, and chocolate.

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Delta branded Biscoff macro shot-have been wanting to do this for a while.

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Cruise

After a short while, the captain came onto the PA and announced that our approach was beginning. Tray tables up, seats fully unreclined, and we were ready to land.

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Approach into ATL.

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Delta Techops

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Final. I have always wondered why ATL is built on a mound, perhaps to decrease the risk of flood damage?

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Touchdown.

Taxi to the terminal was relatively quick. In my experience Delta has the best taxiing times at ATL. Deplaning was mediocre: Despite the flight attendant politely asking the Y+ and Y pax let the F class passengers to depart first, the entire Y cabin was trying to elbow their way out the whole time. Oh well.

My family had some time to spare in ATL, so we decided to take the tram to the Skyclub (forgot which concourse, sorry). One thing that is heavenly about this Skyclub is that it is right next to Chili's2Go, meaning food is only a short walk from the club.

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Escalator to the Skyclub and Chilis2Go--note the elevator is out of order. I don't mind, as waiting for the elevator on a peak day would take longer than using the escalator.

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Skyclub entrance.

Once granted admission at the front desk, I quickly started spotting. Of course, I saw more 752s than I could shake a stick at.

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Munchies at the Skyclub.

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Main Sky Club room.

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Big windows for spotting--excellent for any aviation enthusiast.

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Two Airbuses and a MD. Of note, I have never been on any of Delta's domestic Airbuses.

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A relatively empty terminal.

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More of Delta's workhorses-Mainly the 752 and MD series.

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Korean 744 most likely from Seoul.

After slugging down some beverages and munching on Deltas' snacks, the boarding call for our flight to BOS came. ATL was very crowded on such a day, it always seemed like I was running into someone even if I was walking in the right place.

ATL-BOS
Flight #: Delta 2288
Aircraft: 757-200 (752) With IFE
Date: 3 July 2012
Seat: 4D, First class

After the initial trudge to the gate, I was surprised to see that I couldn't see the ship today's flight would be on. Earlier I had tracked this flight and the schedule was an MD90 with the occasional 752 substitute. The boarding process went as usual, with passengers in zone one (First Class) called first.

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Walking down the jetway, I stopped at the gangway and my heart skipped a beat.

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This was no MD90, but a 752 with IFE! Instantly thanking my lucky stars for not being on a MD90, I sat down in my seat, 4D. (If anyone was wondering why I am lucky to not be on a MD90, it is due to the fact that I have heard that they are horribly cramped, even in F class.)

On this flight, water bottles, headphones, and a small pillow and blanket were waiting at each First class passenger's seat.

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My mother and I's seat row, 4C and 4D. Note the pillow, blanket, headphones, and water bottles.

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My mother's seatback pocket had some trash it in from the previous user-yuck!

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My mother and I's PDBs--Served in plastic on the ground to cut back on glass usage.

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Captain during the boarding process.

Taxiing was done after the last Y passengers boarded. Like I said, Delta has their best taxiing times at ATL, and we were onto the active runway, 26R (Heading 260) in a flash.

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The active runway of the day, 26R (heading (260).

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Not long after we passed the 10,000 feet marker (electronics eagerly in hand), one of the flight attendants came around to all the F class passngers taking lunch orders. In domestic F, menus are not used, but you are told your choices. Strangely enough, the meal choice was identical to the first leg of my last Delta trip report (FLL-LGA): A marinara sandwich or cold chicken salad.
As standard fare, hot towels were served.

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Orders taken and hot towels being served.

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Table cloth laid.

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Drink orders fulfilled.

Only after downloading the pictures to my computer did I realize I forgot to take a picture of the entree! No worries, it was identical to the meal served on my FLL-LGA flight so I will substitute that one.

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Chicken Marinara sandwich on pretzel roll, fresh fruit, Ruffles potato chips, and peanut butter brownie. Not bad!

After the meal service, water was served.

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Mini water bottles being served after the lunch service.


F Class cabin about 30 minutes before final.

After a rather uneventful flight, we soon made our turn to final. The descent was rather smooth despite a breezy day in BOS.

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Final, showing the suburbs around BOS.


Touchdown.

The taxi to the gate was rather smooth sailing, a little longer but I didn't mind, seeing as I hadn't been to BOS in a long time.

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A trio of international 744s: LH, AT, and BA.

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AA 757

After arriving at the gate, I pointed out to my mother the A333 that would be taking us to AMS, but she didn't believe me. So we deplaned and she saw the word "Amsterdam" on the gate screen., instant $5 for me.   After that, we decided to go to the Skyclub (as always).

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Entrance to the Skyclub from the terminal. Taking the stairs actually was faster than the elevator, as my family found out.

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Entrance to the club (Sorry for the bad image, I was rushing along)

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Main Sky Club room.

Soon after we enjoyed the club, the front desk came onto the PA and announced that the Amsterdam flight was boarding immediately. We grabbed our bags and headed to the gate. This would be my first BusinessElite flight.

BOS-AMS
Flight #: Delta 230
Aircraft: A330-300 (A333)
Date: 3 July 2012
Seat: 3G, BusinessElite

The boarding of the flight began as we arrived, and the gate agent asked if we were seated in zone one (Business class). Our boarding passes scanned, we walked down the jetway to the ship.


A333, my ride to AMS.

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Jetway to the ship.

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"Gangway" of sorts into the ship. The flight attendant in the back was somewhat rude, to say the least. Perhaps I just looked young, but when I asked where my seat was (first time on A333) he glared at me and pointed to the back of the Y cabin saying "You're back there" as if I didn't belong in BusinessElite. Only after telling that I was in seat 3G he muttered "You're up there," pointing to the J cabin.

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BusinessElite cabin during boarding.

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Full size pillow, quilted duvet, noise canceling headset, and amenity kit. These seats are former Northwest Airlines World Business Class slanted lie-flat seats. The backrests used to be cloth with a checker pattern and the "sitting area" and legrest used to be gray leather. When the merger occurred, the seats were kept as-is for a while and then covered in full Delta blue leather.

Sitting in the seat, I quickly was amazed at two features of the seat: How small the seat controls were and how large the IFE screen is. The seat controls looked much larger in pictures that I viewed, but the IFE screen was just magnificent.

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Large 8-inch IFE screen.

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Seat controls.

The purser came around with orange juice, mimorosa, and champagne (really sparkling wine). I chose the orange juice. Not long after that, the purser came around again with a newspaper cart. The choices were USA Today, The New York Times, or the Financial Times. As I wanted to catch up on some world events to make the time fly by, I took an USA Today. Following that was the delivering of the dinner menus.

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Dinner Menu

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Dinner and Pre-arrival menu.

The next page had a biography of Michelle Bernstein and a wine menu.

Taxi and takeoff went by pretty quickly. Shortly the meal service began, with a starter hors d'oeuvres of warm nuts and a beverage. They were good, but the nuts dried me throat a bit. Not a problem if you have a chilled glass of coca-cola nearby!  http://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/474400_492042537475819_1906930265_o.jpg
Coca-cola and warm nuts.

Once the warm nuts were gone, the appetizer came out. It was good, but a little on the cold side.

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Duck breast, Rice Salad, Pumpkin Bisque, and Pretzel roll (not pictured).

The service of the flight attendant was outstanding throughout the meal. She came around with a bread basket and always asked if we would like another roll once we were finished. Sweet simplicity.

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Mixed Green salad with your choice of dressing, and your choice of bread roll (pictured here is a Pretzel Roll). I took the Balsamic Vinaigrette after reading a similar trip report, and I was not disappointed.

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Entree-Vegetable Pasta with your choice of roll. It came out lukewarm, I am unsure of whether it was supposed to be hot or not. Either way, it tasted delicious.

Desert was a choice of an ice cream sundae, Belgian chocolate cheesecake, or a selection of fine fruits and cheeses. I went with the cheesecake, while my parents went with the ice cream. Both sounded very good.

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Ice cream on the dessert cart. I notice not many people mention the "cookie" in the sundae in their meal descriptions. It is more of a straw than a cookie, as it is hollow with no filling.

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Belgian chocolate cheesecake with whipped cream and strawberry garnish. I enjoyed every single bite.

After the meal service had ended, I decided to hit the sack. These seats are angled lie flat seats, so they are not completely flat when slept on. A small fold-out footrest is attached the the bottom of the legrest of the seat to prevent you from slipping down the seat.

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Seat in bed mode, with full size pillow and quilted duvet in use.

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Seat in bed mode with IFE folded out. The IFE is a little to high to be viewed comfortably while the seat is fully reclined. A fix to this is two bring the back rest up a bit which allows you to watch the IFE while you're "in bed"

I awoke a few hours later, just a tad too late to receive a pre-arrival breakfast/snack service. We were vectored in to our approach, and soon we were taxiing to the gate. We quickly went through customs and arrived at AMS's train station. It cost 23 euros to get us to the Amsterdam City center in F class (train). We walked down to the platform and got on the train.

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Amsterdam Airport

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Train's F Class. There is really no difference between the classes save for the number of passengers and upholstery on the seats.

We spent the whole week touring Amsterdam and Cologne, Germany. While in Cologne we were notified by Holland America Line that our cruise cabin had been upgraded from a verandah to a Deluxe Verandah suite. As this is not a cruise forum I will only provide a few pictures of the cruise.


Boarding one of Hollanda America's smallest ships, the MS Prinsendam.

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Deluxe Verandah Suite Living Room.

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Deluxe Verandah Suite "office"--If you ever get to watch a cruise ship safety video, they are about three times longer than an Airline safety video. You can also see my father filling out forms.

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Deluxe Verandah Suite Verandah balcony

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Deluxe Verandah Suite Bedroom, Bathroom, and desk.

Two weeks later, as the cruise drew to a close, it was time to go back home to America. Home sweet home.

AMS-BOS
Flight #: Delta 231
Aircraft: A330-300 (A333)
Date: 24 July 2012
Seat: 3G, BusinessElite

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Entrance to AMS airport

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Departures level of AMS aiport

After waiting in the Skyteam Check-In line, we went to customs. After customs was cleared, boarding passes in hand, we went to the KLM lounge. The food and beverage selection was much better than the selection at ATL or BOS, and it was very clean.

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KLM Crown Lounge Entrance

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KLM Crown lounge food selection.

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KLM Crown Lounge juice and wine selection.

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KLM Crown Lounge hot beverage selection (1.

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KLM Crown Lounge Hot Beverage machines (2.

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KLM Crown lounge full alcohol bar.

After enjoying every bit of the KLM Crown Lounge and starting to grow accustomed to it, boarding for our flight back to BOS was called. Walking briskly to the gate, I was surprised to discover that security is done at each individual gangway.

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Our gate to the flight back to BOS, with security checkpoint.

It turns out that we got there a little early, and had to wait for about twenty minutes. Since all of the benches were taken up, we had to stand, which I didn't mind. Later, BusinessElite passengers were called to board.

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Business Elite Seats during boarding.

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My seat, BusinessElite 3G, during boarding.

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BusinessElite cabin while boarding.

As usual, a PDB of orange juice, mimorosa, or champagne (Sparkling wine) were offered, as were dinner menus and newspapers. I didn't take one this time around, as I just wanted to sleep after waking up early to catch the flight.

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Complimentary full size pillow and quilted duvet, noise canceling headset, and Amenity kit. Not picture: Mini bottle of water.

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Lunch menu.

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Since there was no passenger sitting in 4G, I was able to get a picture of the mechanics of the seat.

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Guts of the seat.

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Security seal, so you don't try to steal the life vest as an airline souvenir.

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BusinessElite Cabin during final boarding.

Taxi to takeoff was a little longer than expected due to the high traffic factor at AMS that day. We took off to the north and made a turn to line up with our course to BOS.

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About a minute after we passed 10,00 feet, a CBP video came on, describing how to sucessfully clear customs in America. It was very confusing, as one a.netter mentioned in his trip report, even for a native English speaker.

After the CBP video ended, the meal service began with a hot towel delivered to each BusinessElite passenger. Once everyone was done with the hot towels, warm nuts and drinks were served.

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A hors d'oeuvres of warm nuts and beverage service (1. They were crunchy and good.

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A hors d'oeuvres of warm nuts and beverage service (2.

Once the nuts were all gone, the lunch service began, first with a draping of tabecloths.

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Tabecloth.

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Appetizer: Shrimp and rice salad, your choice of roll, and Ginger/carrot soup. The shrimp could've used a little more seasoning, but the soup was downright perfect. I wish I could had more of it, infact.

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Mixed greens salad with your choice of dressing and roll of your choice. The salad was good, I just wish I could've had a tad more dressing with it.

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Entree: Boneless Chicken Breast with sweet glazed Barbequed Onions and your choice of roll. The onions ontop of the chicken were extremely delicious, and the pretzel roll I had was the icing on the cake.

Just then, I snapped a photo of the cabin.

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BusinessElite cabin during Lunch service.

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Closeup of the chicken.

After the lunch service had concluded, dessert was offered. The choice this time was between an ice cream sundae, a pear almond tart, or a selection of fine cheeses and crackers. I choose the sundae with chocolate sauce (no chopped nuts or strawberry sauce).

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Top of the dessert cart, showing the fine cheeses, crackers, and ice cream toppings.

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Middle of the dessert cart showing the scooped ice cream sundaes and pear almond tarts.

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Bottom of the dessert cart showing the scooped ice cream sundaes.

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Dessert: Ice cream sundae with chocolate sauce and hollow wafer cookie.

After the dessert service was offered, I went up to the bathroom but stopped by the galley.

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Looks like not all of the traces of NWA have been removed.....  

After my bathroom visit, the duty free shopping cart came around. They had a neat little model plane set, so I bought it. Wasn't even that much, what a steal!

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Die-cast model plane seat on my seat's mini table.

Everyone was closing their windows at that point, so i decided to hit the hay. I reclined my seat fully and slept until the pre-arrival snack.

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BusinessElite cabin during "lights out"

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Seat fully reclined-Now you can see why it is called a "slanted" lie flat seat.

I woke up a few hours later to the pre-arrival snack being served. The turkey and cheese sandwich wasn't in stock so they changed to a marinara enclosed sandwich, which had the same sauce as the domestic marina chicken sandwich.

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Entree: Enclosed marinara sandwich, "Shaved salad", and chocolate truffle.

Just as I was finishing up the meal, the flight attendant took the small plate in the upper left corner of my tray, and returned with a molten chocolatechip cookie. It practically melted in my mouth, it was so good!

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Molten hot chocolate chip cookie close up.

An hour later, we landed. Unlike the mad rush on my first flight, the flight attendants made sure that the BusinessElite passengers were the first to leave. I applaud their initiative!

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User currently offlineLPDAL From United States of America, joined Mar 2012, 372 posts, RR: 2
Reply 1, posted (1 year 12 months 3 days 5 hours ago) and read 17181 times:
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Delta 752

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Fedex 727-An oldie but a goodie!

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752 and my A333 from AMS docked at the gate.

After what seemed like an eternity, the boarding call was issued for my flight back to ATL.

BOS-ATL
Flight #: Delta 2201
Aircraft: 752 (No IFE)
Date: 24 July 2012
Seat: 3D, First class

Dashing to the gate, we arrived just in time. Zone one (first class) passengers were being called, so we showed our passes and boarded.

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The plane to ATL, a 752 (No IFE)

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Our gate to ATL.

Once onboard, I was struck by two things: Firsty, there was no IFE, and the seats in F were very large. They were almost armchairs.

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F Class seats during boarding.

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Complimentary water.

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PDB: Ginger ale in a plastic cup, to save the real glasses for in-flight.

Taxi and takeoff was surreal: It was almost the same time as when I arrived at BOS, which is a rarity for me. Takeoff performance was pretty fast. This time, once we passed 10,00 feet, dinner service was offered. The choice was between a roast beef sandwich or a cold chicken pasta salad. I chose the salad, while my seatmate (not related to me) got the sandwich.

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Tablecloth laid.

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Drinks served: A chilly glass of fresh Coke.

At this point the cabin was almost the temperature of arctic tundra, and the captain came on the PA and apologized for it. The cabin then quickly became room temperature again.

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Cold chicken with pasta salad, fresh fruit, bread sticks, and brownie.

My seatmate also let me take picture of the sandwich:

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Roast beef sandwich, lettuce and tomato toppings, fresh fruit, Ruffles Potato Chips, and brownie.

Entertainment on this flight was limited to a selection of in-seat audio channels, and an overhead monitor with a few TV episodes on loop.

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Overhead monitor.

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First Class cabin during cruise.

A hour passed, and the captain announced that we were on final. There was beautiful sunset outside of the window, giving excellent light for pictures on final.

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Downtown Atlanta during final.

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Delta Techops during final.

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Touchdown.

Like I said earlier, Delta has the best taxiing times at ATL, and we were at the gate and off in a flash.

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Deplaning at ATL.

After we deplaned, it was a little late at night, so we decided to rest in the Skyclub.

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One of ATLs' many Skyclubs.

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Full Service Bar at the Skyclub.

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Munchies at the Skyclub.

I did a bit of spotting after I had some snacks and a ginger ale.

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ATL tarmac at sunset.

Soon after that, we left for the gate to go to FLL, home sweet home.

ATL-FLL
Flight #: Delta 1657
Aircraft: MD-88
Date: 24 July 2012
Seat: 3D, First class

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Our gate to FLL.

Shortly after we arrived at the gate, Zone 1 (first class) was being called. I was incredibly sleepy at this point but still managed to keep myself up to take pictures.

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First Class seats during boarding. Complimentary water bottles, a small pillow, and a blanket were provided. These seats have movable "winged" headrests.


My seat, seat 3D on this MD-88s' four rows of first class.

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Back of seat. They have labeled pockets for all the paperware.


Complientary Dasani water bottles.


PDB served in plastic to cut back on glassware usage on the ground.

After I took that photo, I literally passed out in sleep until we were taxiing to the gate in FLL, so no more photos, sorry! We did enjoy an expedited baggage claim, and we were at home and sleeping soon after that.

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Thanks in advance for all repsonses!

My other trip reports:
Delta F Class FLL-LGA/JFK-FLL

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[Edited 2012-07-31 15:59:39]


Kilo Foxtrot Lima Lima Arrival Information, Main Landing Runway 9L, Wind Calm, Visibility 10 miles, Cloud Conditions
User currently offlineFlyASAGuy2005 From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 7004 posts, RR: 11
Reply 2, posted (1 year 12 months 3 days 3 hours ago) and read 16775 times:

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
My family had some time to spare in ATL, so we decided to take the tram to the Skyclub (forgot which concourse, sorry).

You were on A  
Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
Two Airbuses and a MD. Of note, I have never been on any of Delta's domestic Airbuses.

The 319s/320s are actually very comfortable, especially up front. TONS of room (seems that way at least). If there were at least overhead monitors i'd rate them above the 737s as far as cabin comfort.

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
More of Delta's workhorses-Mainly the 752 and MD series.

You're dreaded MD90   First MD pictured.

I really enjoyed your last TR and this one was just as enjoyable.



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User currently offline767747 From United States of America, joined Jan 2005, 1916 posts, RR: 24
Reply 3, posted (1 year 12 months 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 16628 times:
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Good report! It looks like you had some nice flights with Delta - food looks pretty good overall as usual, but the appetizers on the BOS-AMS-BOS look a little small, and more sauce than anything!

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
"Gangway" of sorts into the ship. The flight attendant in the back was somewhat rude, to say the least. Perhaps I just looked young, but when I asked where my seat was (first time on A333) he glared at me and pointed to the back of the Y cabin saying "You're back there" as if I didn't belong in BusinessElite. Only after telling that I was in seat 3G he muttered "You're up there," pointing to the J cabin.

Weird; I've noticed this before as well. That flight attendant should never assume anything!

Best,

Matthew (767747)


User currently offlinekrisyyz From Canada, joined Nov 2004, 1593 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (1 year 12 months 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 16535 times:

Very nice TR!

The model set was a great catch.

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User currently offlineLPDAL From United States of America, joined Mar 2012, 372 posts, RR: 2
Reply 5, posted (1 year 12 months 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 16441 times:
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Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 2):
You were on A

Thanks for telling me.  
Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 2):

The 319s/320s are actually very comfortable, especially up front. TONS of room (seems that way at least). If there were at least overhead monitors i'd rate them above the 737s as far as cabin comfort.

That's good to hear. I have had only one bad experience with a domestic Airbus, and that was on Spirit NK--where a bad time has come to be expected! Now, if only DL will open up a connection service through FLL-TPA, they would strike it rich. UA Express also operates the FLL-TPA on either a Saab 340 series or a Beechcraft 1900.[/quote]

Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 2):
You're dreaded MD90 First MD pictured.

  The MD90 is a beautiful ship, but the legroom could use some work.

Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 2):
I really enjoyed your last TR and this one was just as enjoyable.

Thanks, I love writing them! 
Quoting 767747 (Reply 3):
Good report! It looks like you had some nice flights with Delta - food looks pretty good overall as usual, but the appetizers on the BOS-AMS-BOS look a little small, and more sauce than anything

Yes, they were a tad small. Kind of like pork medallions, if you will, on the first flight. Delta makes up for the portions by giving you some soup. On the first flight, the soup tasted "bittersweet" like it was half bitter and half sweet. The carrot soup on the return flight was excellent, maybe I just like carrots a lot!  Silly
Quoting 767747 (Reply 3):

Weird; I've noticed this before as well. That flight attendant should never assume anything!

This is actually the first negative experience I've had with a DL flight attendant--usually, they are the best of the legacy carriers.

Quoting krisyyz (Reply 4):
Very nice TR!

The model set was a great catch.

Thanks! Big grin It was only $35, and considering that the planes are all metal, that's a steal!  Smile

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User currently offlineZrs70 From United States of America, joined Dec 2000, 3129 posts, RR: 9
Reply 6, posted (1 year 12 months 3 days ago) and read 16123 times:

Excellent report! My only edit is in reference to:

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
A trio of international 744s: LH, AT, and BA.

The "AT" place is actually an "AZ" plane, and I believe it it a 332.



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User currently offlineburj From United States of America, joined Nov 2007, 901 posts, RR: 4
Reply 7, posted (1 year 12 months 2 days 20 hours ago) and read 15596 times:

Cool trip report! Great photos....

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
Despite the flight attendant politely asking the Y+ and Y pax let the F class passengers to depart first, the entire Y cabin was trying to elbow their way out the whole time. Oh well.

Ah...this is one thing NWA FA's were VERY GOOD at....one of them would actually STAND in the aisle at the front of the Y cabin to keep them from disembarking until F (or at least most of F since there are always some stragglers like me who like to chat up the pilots!) have gotten off.....


User currently offlineLPDAL From United States of America, joined Mar 2012, 372 posts, RR: 2
Reply 8, posted (1 year 12 months 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 14928 times:
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Quoting Zrs70 (Reply 6):
Excellent report! My only edit is in reference to:
The "AT" place is actually an "AZ" plane, and I believe it it a 332.

Thanks for enlightening me on that! The tail looked a tad too short too be a 744.

Quoting burj (Reply 7):
Cool trip report! Great photos....

Thanks! I use a Nikon Coolpix P500. I find I get the best photos when I zoom in and use the macro at the same time.

Quoting burj (Reply 7):

Ah...this is one thing NWA FA's were VERY GOOD at....one of them would actually STAND in the aisle at the front of the Y cabin to keep them from disembarking until F (or at least most of F since there are always some stragglers like me who like to chat up the pilots!) have gotten off.....

I wouldn't as much blame the flight attendants as much as the passengers. One passenger plowed right throw the flight attendant at the gate with no regard to the rest of the passengers. :O



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User currently offlinetechnobie From United States of America, joined Apr 2006, 23 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (1 year 12 months 2 days 11 hours ago) and read 14692 times:

Quoting LPDAL (Thread starter):
Taxiing was done after the last Y passengers boarded.

Good thing it wasn't before!!  

Very nice TR! Thanks for sharing!


User currently offlinelpdal From United States of America, joined Mar 2012, 372 posts, RR: 2
Reply 10, posted (1 year 12 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 14090 times:
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Quoting technobie (Reply 9):

Good thing it wasn't before!!

Very nice TR! Thanks for sharing!

No problem!   And the Y passengers take the longest time to get settled in the ship, too!  



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User currently offlineMD-90 From United States of America, joined Jan 2000, 8502 posts, RR: 12
Reply 11, posted (1 year 12 months 1 day 18 hours ago) and read 13746 times:

Oh c'mon guys, certainly the MD-90 is certainly the best LOOKING plane of Delta's narrowbodies. And the quietest up front.

User currently offlinelpdal From United States of America, joined Mar 2012, 372 posts, RR: 2
Reply 12, posted (1 year 12 months 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 13357 times:
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Quoting MD-90 (Reply 11):
Oh c'mon guys, certainly the MD-90 is certainly the best LOOKING plane of Delta's narrowbodies. And the quietest up front.

The MD-90 is beautiful ship, however, the legroom is not up to par with even the MD-88.  



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User currently offlinefanoftristars From United States of America, joined Jul 2000, 1604 posts, RR: 5
Reply 13, posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 11553 times:

[quote=MD-90,reply=
Oh c'mon guys, certainly the MD-90 is certainly the best LOOKING plane of Delta's narrowbodies. And the quietest up front.

[/quote]
Only at takeoff... At cruise it's as loud as the md88. Very loud. Airbus and 737 are much quieter.



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User currently offlineFlyASAGuy2005 From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 7004 posts, RR: 11
Reply 14, posted (1 year 11 months 3 weeks 2 days ago) and read 11244 times:

Quoting fanoftristars (Reply 13):
Only at takeoff... At cruise it's as loud as the md88. Very loud. Airbus and 737 are much quieter.

I've flown about 12 R/Ts on the MD90 so far this year and i'd have to disagree. The 737 has a very annoying almost "drilling" type sound at cruise. Maybe not the best word to use but it's very hard to describe. The 32S also have an annoying low pitched (but loud) sound at cruise. The 57'...don't get me started. The cabin is VERY loud. You here that buzz saw hum the entire ride.



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