Airplane Airbus A320 (32K) v1 Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 160 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||36||21||1 - 4||16|
|delta comfort +||34||18||10 - 12||18|
|economy||30 - 31||18||13 - 33||126|
Tight fit but great IFE system
10 b is not the Comfort + seat you want. The IFE unit in the left arm rest takes part of your seat width, the tiny table in the right arm rest takes the rest, so you are shoehorned in to your seat. My IFE could not be pulled out of the arm rest, so no TV for me, and no USB. My view was of first class passenger elbows.You will share the magazine pockets, barf bag, AC port and aircraft safety brochure with one of your neighbors. Your left foot will share the space under the seat with an IFE unit. I suspect that 10 e is just as bad. Sorry excuse for extra cost Comfort +, if this is your only Comfort + seat option, choose economy, and save your money.
No bulkhead or curtain. Firstclass seats directly in front of this seat. Normal Comfort+ legroom. Seat more narrow than economy due to middle seat TV inside armrest and tray tables of all seats inside armrests
No TV for middle seat only
For a 25 year old plane, the interior was impressive. Looked brand new. Seat 14A- legroom was really tight. I'm 5'11" and my knees hit the seat pocket. A nice entertainment system can only distract you from lack of room for so long...
This was seat 1D on N362NW. Leg room was a tad less than rows 2, 3, and 4 in first class, but nothing worth complaining about. Window alignment was solid.
This is a review for seat 3D, on N327NW. This was one of six A320s without TVs at Delta, which was a bit disappointing. But for the seat, it was very comfortable, plenty of leg room, and nice window alignment. great for hearing the engines on takeoff.
10F is probably the best comfort plus seat. You get a first-class-size IFE, with plenty of things to keep you entertained. AC power is to the left beneath the seat, and USB to the right. The person in the middle has a fold-out screen from the tray table holder. There is plenty of legroom due to the lack of a bulkhead, more so than other Comfort+ seats, and ample room to store your backpack underneath the F seat. Best economy seat on the plane!
Seat 21A on N357NW was great. The TV's on the Airbus A320's 32M configuration were amazing. The outlets were also there. Pretty decent seat for a wing view.
Seat 11A is a Comfort+ seat. Legroom was amazing, seat was very comfortable, and IFE was perfect. This was flight 1395 on N352NW. This seat has 2 windows, with one located by your head and one before the seat in front of you. This seat is located near the engine, just before the front of the wing, so engine sound is great too. If you are sitting in Comfort+, sit in 11A or across in 11F.
I was on N309US, Delta's oldest A320 clocking in at about 28 years. However, it looked like it came right off the line at Airbus, brand new. The appropriate mood lighting as well as the new and perfect IFE systems, this plane was amazing. As for seat 21F, you get two windows: one next to your head and one before the seat in front of you. This seat is located right on the back of the wing, and is very comfortable. For an economy seat, legroom was just fine. I highly recommend seat 21F
This plane is very comfortable overall. Even in a middle seat the cabin is very spacious. One of the unique things about 10E is that there is no seat-back pocket in front of you, in case that is something you care about. Being the first row of comfort plus, row 10 also has decent leg room.
The seats were comfortable but I'm glad that I'm only 5'7". My knees were touching the seat in front of me. The aisle must be narrower because the flight attendants kept running into me. The bathrooms are an utter joke and I will avoid this style of plane at all costs. Imagine a bathroom only as wide as your hips and shoulders. For a female, hygiene is nearly impossible without strange acrobatics which lead to touching others bodily fluids. I'm not germaphobic but in this teeny tiny bathroom, I would be. I doubt there was any customer testing on this bathroom using people of normal body size performing actual bathroom functions. I don't even think Barbie would be able to use this bathroom. Delta should truly be ashamed for thinking this design would work.
The seatback screens are off-center, which is slightly bothersome as you have to reach across your seatmate to operate the display. The seats are slightly narrower as the trays and video screen for 10E are in the armrest. This should be a green/yellow rating rather than a green.
Seat 3A, RSW-ATL, this plane was clean with a new modern interior. Seats were comfortable and each had personal seat back entertainment system which worked flawlessly. Still had plenty of room when the seat in front was reclined. Did not inspect the lavatory. I would be happy to have this seat on an even longer flight.
Ample legroom, but seats A and F do not recline at all, which makes no sense as there no more exit rows behind this row.
Seat 13F on the A320 had stellar window alignment. For someone who cares about having a window at head side for a good view, this is absolutely the seat to choose if you are not in First Class or Comfort +, but still want to hear the buzzsaw on takeoff.
Good window alignment. There is a metal bar under the seat in front right where I would normally put my right foot. My backpack fit snugly under the seat to the left of that bar and as a result there was no space to extend my left leg. If I sat at an angle I could extend both legs under the row ahead between seats A and B but it was not a comfortable position. There was good ventilation at this seat.
Row 16 seats did not recline. 16A and F are particularly uncomfortable due a protruding form in the wall panel designed to place the passengers' elbows, but in this case they are misaligned. Ship is N358NW, on Nov. 5.
Great seat for short haul flights like the one I was on from Austin to Atlanta. To my surprise, N344NW has ptv's. Never knew they had then instaled.