Airplane Airbus A319 (319) v2 Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 132 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||36||21||1 - 3||12|
|delta comfort+||34||18||10 - 12||18|
|economy||30 - 31||18||13 - 29||102|
The luggage bins on this new version of the A 319 are absolutely awful. They have springs which do not allow them to remain open if empty. So if you are the first customer to use a bin, you need three hands. One to maintain the bin open and two to lift your luggage into the bin. The last time I checked, our species, Homo sapiens, only had two. A useless flight attendant, twiddling her fingers and providing no help, commented that these bins are vastly improved and a great help to them... Go figure, but certainly not to the customer. These bins are not only a disgrace to the airline, but also an insult to the customer, whose money, paid with the fare, has somehow contributed to paying probably a huge fee to the smart-alec-who-has-never-traveled-with-a large-hand-luggage and who designed them. Because this comment affects all the seats on the airplane, they should all be marked yellow.
We had 3 A&B from SLC-SJD and 2 A&B on the return. Although this is a smaller aircraft the seats were better than on the the CRJ, E, and MD aircraft of this size. A full 21" wide verses the 18.5-19 on those other aircraft. IFE selection was excellent as other reviewers have noted. Although only 2 entre choices available, both were above average and the FA's were top notch. Had the same crew on both flights.
Would you believe choice of 106 movies! Totally upgraded interiors in Boeing 787 style, large overhead bins.
Overall very comfortable seat, but as I'm 6'1" I would reconsider paying up for Comfort Plus or an exit row seat for a flight longer than 2 hours.
Stay away from this row (13) Comfort + get to recline back to your already small space!
Slightly narrower seat with tray table in armrest. Tv is not on seatback in front, it is fold down. Cant watch during takeoff. More legroom than average
12A view of left engine and wing. ecomony plus - great flight attendants. Seat comfortable, a few extra inches makes a difference.
Had a great experience! The seats provided plenty of room, were comfortable, and even provided IFE and USB charging. Was an incredibly comfortable trip from SEA to MKE.
The four seats in Row 1 have LESS legroom than a Comfort seat!!! The unreasonable proximity to the bulkhead makes it impossible to stretch your legs out in front. I actually swapped my 1C seat with someone in Comfort for this reason. I do not consider row 1 to be worthy of First Class. I suggest adding a warning to this effect on your seat map.
Great seat. You got to enter as one of the first, exit as one of the first.
I was surprised to see the nice and new interiors of this airplane. Seats are fairly comfortable with a good amount of leg room for a short to medium flight.
Nice seat. Fixed armrests; tray table and entertainment screen are in the armrest area. This seat is just behind first class and only separated by a curtain, so there is lots of leg room. Well-padded seat. I would sit here again in a heartbeat.
The seat map on the delta site makes row 13 seem like it is a bulkhead seat (separate from the premium econ section) when in reality it's right behind the premium econ seats. I chose these because the delta map made it look like there weren't any seats directly in front of it but that was not the case.
Great seat with tons of legroom and plenty of underseat storage for all 3 passengers. There are the standard seatback storage pockets, and an additional set of storage pockets attached to the side of the plane. This row has two windows and one of those has very good alignment with the seat and a good view of the engine. Tray table is in the armrest and a personal video monitor extends from its storage location under the seat below the right armrest. I did not use the video monitor and tended to hit my leg on it during the flight, but it was not an issue since I had plenty of room to extend my legs forward.
As another commenter said, the row 10 seats are very uncomfortable. Each seat the entertainment screen folded down, which sticks out 3 inches and is is 4 inches wide. Unless you have very long legs, you cant site normal and have to squeeze you legs away unless you want a 6 inch long slab of metal to hit your leg the whole flight.
The seats did not recline one centimeter! Although this was an exit row, the row behind was not, so the seats should have allowed for some recline.
The entertainment system's screen is on a rotating arm that's housed under the seat. But it's not totally under the seat; it extends outwards several inches on one side of the seat. It's uncomfortable and makes it impossible to sit with your legs straight down on the floor in front of you. This appears to be true of all 6 seats in row 10.
10A was amazing. First in econ comfort plus (this is A319 v 2) and had mire legroom than first. And great position to rest head and sleep.
The pitch is too short on these seats. It felt like the touch screens were right in front of your nose. Thankfully no one sat in front of me (a lot of empty Delta Comfort seats) because a reclining seat would have been intollerable. I upgraded to an exit row seat on the return flight to get some reasonable space. The seats lack sufficient padding and I had a back ache after each flight. Like others, I found the size of the bathrooms inhumane and their proximity to the galley not very sanitary. The plane on both of my flights was very cold and lots of people were asking for blankets. There is good overhead space and the plane feels very bright and airy, but would be better served with fewer rows and bathrooms for normal sized people.
As stated in an earlier review, the seat itself is fine but the pitch leaves a lot to be desired. The front cabin lavatory also ought to be reserved for First Class and Economy Comfort passengers and this should be enforced strictly. There were people traipsing up and down the aisle to use the front lavatory all throughout the flight. The food was decent (nothing spectacular) but I was not expecting Michelin-star quality aboard. The service was very attentive and beverages were constantly refilled. I must give props to Delta's inflight entertainment system. It has a decent selection of current and old movies (more would be nice of course) and games. It really does help pass the time. The only way I could think of to improve the game section is if it had functionality to allow playing with someone seated elsewhere in the cabin.