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Air France/Delta in seat power

Newcastle upon Tyne
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Air France/Delta in seat power

Hi All,

Just booked a flight from Newcastle, Uk to Atlanta, GA via Paris with air france (although says the international leg is operated through Delta) and i just wondered what the in seat power situation is? I really do prefer loading up my Samsung with my favourite shows on rather than watching the in flight entertainment but battery life is poor. What are the chances of beign able to charge in flight or will i have to buy some spare batteries?!


Helen :-)

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1. Re: Air France/Delta in seat power

Any idea what kind of plane you are booked on? Bit hard to tell without knowing.

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2. Re: Air France/Delta in seat power

You can go to the Delta website, find your flight and look at the aircraft chart. Delta does have seat power in SOME seats on SOME aircraft. Generally, it's in first class, business elite and occasionally in economy plus seating. I've not seen it in general economy.

I did take a glance at the CDG-ATL flights on DL and both have power only in business elite, not economy.

Good luck.

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