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Flat beds are coming to DCA

Delta is bringing flat beds to DCA when it launches service from Washington, DC to Los Angeles next Spring. That's a big step on a route that is already one of the more competitive flying from National Airport. And I think it might be about more than just the transcon flight. The post Flat beds are coming to DCA appeared first on Wandering Aramean.
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