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There are four travel classes that passengers can choose from when they book flights from Canada. Customers in international Business Elite class can enjoy a comfortable, 20-inch-wide seat with a built-in massager, free food and beverage, an in-flight entertainment system and folding work table. Most recently, Delta added a flat-bed to several of its posh Business Class flights.
Domestic First Class (Delta ONE) is an option on select Airbus, Boeing and McDonnell Douglas aircraft. Passengers can enjoy a roomy 20.75-inch-wide seat, along with complimentary meals and drinks.
Passengers in International Economy Class have up to 18 inches of seating width and adjustable lumbar support on Boeing and Airbus jets. Economy flights that are a minimum of 12 hours long have Weber slim-line seating.
Domestic Economy Class has the smallest seat width at 17 to 17.5 inches. Delta offers passengers in this cabin free drinks and snacks, with food and alcohol available for purchase on flights further than 1,500 miles.
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