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Need to know which airlines have true flatbed seats in business

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We will be flying West Coast of USA to Amsterdam to Istanbul, back to New York, and then back to the West Coast. We are thinking of going business class in at least one direction if we can either upgrade, or pay with cash & miles, or use miles (either SFO to AMS, or Istanbul to New York).

Can anyone advise which airlines/planes have true flatbed seats on the San Francisco-AMS portion of our trip, and on the IST-NYC portion? We've flown before in the seats that merely tilt and in the seats that are something like 170 degrees, and they're both okay for sitting/eating/reading, but very uncomfortable for sleeping.

Thanks for your help.

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