Delta only operates two flights daily to Guatemala City from Los Angeles, therefore there are only two flights returning back to Los Angeles. I caught the early morning flight because I had to get back to Los Angeles for a meeting the same day. I had already been pre-upgraded to Business Class because of my Delta Gold Medallion status.
Introduction to Guatemala City
Delta Air Lines LAX-GUA 757-200 Business Class
Westin Camino Real Guatemala City Hotel Review Part 1
Westin Camino Real Guatemala City Hotel Review Part 2
Radisson Guatemala City Hotel Review Part 1
Radisson Guatemala City Hotel Review Part 2
The Sights and Sounds of Centro Historico (Zona 1) in Guatemala City
The Sights and Sounds of Parque Central (Zona 1) in Guatemala City
The Sights and Sounds of the Mercado Central in Guatemala City
The Sights and Sounds of Plaza Barrios in Guatemala City
The Sights and Sounds of in Zona Viva (Zona 10) Guatemala City
The Sights and Sounds of Plaza El Amate in Guatemala City
The Sights and Sounds of La Linea in Guatemala City
The Sights and Sounds of El Trebol in Guatemala City
Is Guatemala City Safe for Tourists?
Scam City: Guatemala City Edition
The Various Eats in Guatemala City
La Aurora International Airport Los Anejos Lounge
Delta Air Lines GUA-LAX 757-200 Business Class
The Boeing 757-200 (752) Business Class cabin is in a 2-2 configuration with recliner style seating.
I chose the bulkhead aisle (as always) and there was a small in-flight entertainment system in front of me.
The seat contained small bottles of Dasini water and I had an orange juice as a pre-departure beverage.
After the plane reached cruising altitude, the flight attendant handed out a hot wet towel.
I ordered the usual cranberry and vodka with lime cocktail (yes, even on morning flights).
Breakfast consisted of scrambled eggs, ham, potato wedges, and a grilled tomato. There was also a small bowl of fruit and bread on the side.
Breakfast was surprisingly delicious as I’m usually sick of the onboard omelet. The scrambled eggs came with green scallions which were packed with flavor. I knocked out after the meal and woke up 30 minutes before arrival. I’m glad Delta Air Lines offers a nonstop from Guatemala City to Los Angeles (and conversely) because I would hate to connect in Atlanta.