Although I have flown on DL
's 764 fleet, I was eager to fly on one of the airline's newly reconfigured 767-300ER aircraft with flat-bed seating in BusinessElite. The airline has seven 767 aircraft that are designed for 12+ hour flights - coded the "76T." These aircraft are deployed on the longer 767 routes (e.g. PEKSEA), but they are also used on 767 routes with heavy premium demand. BRU
have been regularly seeing these aircraft this summer, so I knew flying to BRU
would guarantee my first experience with this fleet type.
The view from my seat prior to departure to BRU
Side angled view of the starboard side of the BusinessElite cabin. The new configuration has 36 seats in the front cabin in a 1x2x1 arrangement that allows for direct aisle access for every customer.
Looking forward in my seat with the hole for my feet.
Seat controls with the massaging function on the right side.
Gravlax appetizer was great, but the tomato basil soup was unfortunately not boarded (unintentionally).
Watching the Hangover II
during the dinner service.
Pre-arrival breakfast including vanilla french toast. Tasty!
An overview of the BusinessElite cabin as we begin our descent into BRU
80 from ATL
. Love the 777-style overhead bins!
After a great weekend in BRU
, it was time to return. I took more photos in the front cabin on the return flight, DL
81 to ATL
The view from my seat. I enjoyed the "aisle" seat in the center section that offers more room for one's legs than the adjacent seat with less room in the sleeping position.
A clear view of the "aisle" arranged seat with more space for one's legs and feet.
Great soup and tasty shrimp appetizer.
As the photo shows, the chicken was a bit dry.
Ice cream sundae, as usual
Pre-arrival meal was a chicken sandwich with pesto sauce. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Flight details on the personal TV
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