Airplane Airbus A330-200 (332) Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 234 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|delta one||80||21||1 - 9||34|
|delta comfort+||35||18||10 - 13||32|
|economy||31 - 32||18||14 - 35||168|
Flew DTW-CDG in this configuration. Hard to complain about the setup here for an 8-hour red-eye. Very comfortable seat in all positions with solid privacy. Service was outstanding as well. I'm 6'0 and felt like I had just enough room for both my feet to be comfortable when in lie-flat mode. Anything taller and I could see how you'd start to feel a bit cramped
My husband and I flew this from LHR to BOS. While the seat was comfortable and the service was ok, there is only 4 restrooms for the whole of economy and economy plus. This leads to an unpleasant situation by the time you get to the end of 7 + hour flight. I have flown Virgin Premium Economy and they managed a better lay out with the Airbus planes and the service is better. If you are going to pay more for economy plus go then you can do better than Delta.
I am so grateful I didn't change this seat after I cancelled my infant son's ticket. He was going to travel in the skycot which is accommodated by this particular row. I decided to keep the seat, not knowing much about it, though some review sites say that this class of seat may not have enough legroom. Well, I'm not sure where anyone got that idea from, because it's got LOADS of legroom. You WANT THIS ROW. It's an exit row without being the exit row helper. Each seat has its own TV (which is also something I was sure it didn't have from YouTube videos) and its own pull out stowed tray. It's really a wonderful seat. Also, the seat slides forward when reclining, so it's really a nice recline. I would definitely sit here again.
Perfect Seat! This is a forward, single/window seat, perfect for travelling alone. If you are travelling with another individual I would suggest the C-G seats. Additionally; sitting on the "J" side of the cabin there is relatively no foot traffic and consequently little to no disturbances. The "A" side of the cabin seems to have much more F/A traffic. The seats are extremely comfortable in the upright position for reading, eating, and using IFE. For me persoanlly, it took some getting use to the slight angle of the seat vs, sitting straight forward. While the seat initially felt a little narrow; once settled in it was most comfortable. I am almost 6'2" and had plenty of comfortable legroom. Beverage and meal service was excellent as well. Without a doubt the best meal I have ever had, on any airline! (I chose the pan fried chicken) Shortly ater dinner I recined the seat to 'flat bed' and found it to be very comfortable -- immediately fell asleep (very unusual for me) and had a very restful sleep. I had requested the F/A to awaken me for breakfast -- had some coffee and your typical A Class omlet. Just so-so -- hence the 4 star rating on Food/Drink. Overall service was definitely 5 star *****. Landed a few minutes early but had to wait for a gate (typical at LHR). Really loved the "Express Card" to get thru Customs!!!
I fly this flight every month in Delta One and all I can say is "Bring the 767 Back!!" I hate this plane The room in the compartment is definitely not suitable for business. Nowhere to work and the space for your legs is very cramped.
Not too much storage room. Relatively good privacy, but not the best leg room when flat. Overall comfortable seat.
This is a great seat. Loading right behind Delta One, the boarding is relatively quick. Sky Priority comes with the seat. The leg room was generous. I'm 5'10" and had plenty of room for my knees. I could almost cross my legs. And being so far forward with the lavatory in the rear means there was almost no one walking past you to disturb your sleep. Seat width was the same as main cabin. Recline was better than main cabin economy.
This seat should be rated green. Just as you see on the seat map, the middle section shrinks down from 4 to 3 seats in row 31. All the extra space is on the F side. This means that you have the extra seat in front of you and to the right to block you from passersby and food carts. Not once did my shoulders touch anyone's hips this trip. Plus, you get an extra seat in front of you for storage, so there's room for your feet. The only downside is you have to angle your head left about 15-20 degrees to look at the the IFE screen. No big deal. Highly recommended!
Comfortable seat. Adjustable headrest worked well. Plenty of legroom. Display workwd well. I did not fins the bathrooms being so close a bother.
good seat, legroom perfect
I flew DTW > SFO on one of these in 14f. Seat is a smidge wider than the usual 737/757/MD90 that Delta uses for this route. Overall, the bigger plane was smoother and quieter than the narrow-bodies I usually fly. Otherwise, nice IFE system with controls for the overhead light built in, USB and 110v power available.
Standard seat. Power port 110V AC every 2 seats. Usb port. Good IFE system. Wifi avaible (with surcharghe). Good snack
While perhaps somewhat noisier in terms of engine noise than the window bulkhead seats in row 2, this bulkhead row has several advantages over row 2, including a smaller cabin with seemingly better service, as well as a huge amount of space in front of you to place light objects while in flight which you won't find in row 2. The galley noise wasn't as bad as it is indicated to be. Plus, if you're in 7A you'll be one of the first off!
Looks like DL used the 330-300 before but now they are running the 330-200 on this route. There is very little space for personal items and there is no separator so not much privacy. The seat did lie flat and for me (5'7") was wide enough for comfortable sleep. I liked the location of the power and USB sockets. This is a much better seat than on the 767. However it does not match to (for example) China Airlines 777-300 business class seat. Since I took CI on the outbound the contrast was stark. Much more space for sundries, more privacy, wider seat.
Overall pretty good seat. It is a bit loud at the beginning of the flight when the FA's are working in the galley behind you. After that though, it was fine. Enough room for me to stretch out and the seat was plenty comfortable for the 13 hour flight. I managed to sleep a few hours, which I can never do in coach class. My only gripe is when the seat is fully flat and you have the screen out, you cannot really lift your knees. You feel a bit closed in. Otherwise FA's were awesome and very friendly.
I was on Delta to Asia. I sat in 2A one direction 3A other direction. I like the 767-400 series seats better as they have a place for -some-storage. The Airbus have limited storage for a laptop or back pack at your seat. nice size video screens. I'm 6'1" , 185 pounds and no prob sleeping or being comfortable. Delta does a good job, my opinion.
Not alot of storage space but seats recline to fully flat position. Not as wide as British Airways business seats but a little longer pitch (even if it does narrow to a point. Is comfortable enough for 8-10 hour flights.
Wasn't bothersome, in fact, most airport only opens L2, so you will be the first one on the plane, and first one get off too. This would be a good seat, especially they use this aircraft for long haul international flight, you will be the first one in lane to clear customs.
For Business Class the seat was very poor. Narrow space at the end makes for a restless flight trying to find a comfortable place to put your feet. Also, not much space around the seat unless you pull out a tray. I agree this is a poor excuse for Business Class. I'll look at Economy Comfort next time!
wifi for global flights is great. however the narrow lie flat seats have zero storage for even your glasses or kindle or smart phone. all that exists is a tiny shelf and the food try. this is the worst design of any business class seat i have ever had and i take 10-20 global business flights a year.