Airplane Airbus A330-300 (333) Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 293 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 - 14||40|
|economy||31 - 32||18||15 - 43||219|
The armrests on seats 38C, 38D, 38F, and 38G didn't not raise, so despite having an empty middle seat, it was not possible to stretch out. 38G is noted as being bumped often, but 38F feels the bumping as well.
This comfort plus seat was comfortable for my flight from Amsterdam to Portland. The extra 3-4" of legroom was worth the extra cost and enabled me to pass the passenger in the aisle seat without her having to get up. I slept pretty well despite the lack of a leg rest in comfort plus. The extra pitch is about the only difference between economy and comfort plus. There is no separation between comfort plus and regular economy.
All business seats on right side get very loud noise from closing of toilet door which faces rearward from directly in front of starboard aisle. Either very poor design of toilet door location, or badly functioning door on this flight (7 Apr 2019, CDG to LAX).
This seat does NOT have AC power. Only slow charging USB. Leg room was ok for a 6' person. Seat back IFE screens are small and dim. Internet worked well from ATL-HNL. Good window view from this seat.
I guess this seat is ok, as far as middle seats go. The fact that you are near the back of the plane does not really bother you. Also, don't worry if you think the lights and AC are misaligned. They aren't.
This seat is VERY uncomfortable. There is a box underneath it that prevents you from keeping your feet at anything but a 90 degree angle. At 5' 5" my knees touched the seat in front of me and were left bruised after the 6 hour flight with the person in front fully reclining their seatback.
There is only one thing I can say about this experience, BRING THE 767s BACK!!! I flew this route from MSP-HNL, and back. The IFE was flimsy and kept moving during flight, there was NO storage, and worst of all, surprising the seat. Unlike the 767, This seat could NOT fit me! I'm only 5'6", but my legs curled my at the end of the seat. Plus, I flew with my parents, with my mom sitting in the middle of the plane. All Delta One seats in the middle should be marked yellow, simply because her feet were almost touching a strangers. Gross. The only good thing about this flight was, as usual, the service. I now noticed, that during the summer they use 767-400s, so, I decided to go back! (Of course, that is not the only reason). Just hoping that they don't change planes back to an a330!
Window seat is misaligned with window. You cant lean on the "glass". If you recline the seat you will lean on the "rib" between two windows. Pretty uncomforable if you want to sleep
Great seat. Perfect for all reasons
The screen is placed at a weird angle.
Do not get puzzled by the way they show you row 15. It may look like you have a bulkhead in front of you and you do not. It is close to row 14 so no leg room.
Most comfortable seat I’ve had so far, the Comfort plus price was worth it, lots of snack and drinks service, husband had a full size beer! Snacks were high end, very good! Seats were so comfy, view from window good! Very happy with this airline and seat choice.
This seat may have slightly restricted leg room when compared to 8C(my seat on the outbound leg). It may be due to its position in the last row of the cabin. The light from the galley certainly makes the back of the cabin brighter than the front. I'm 2.12 meters tall and was able to sleep comfortably on my right side for several hours, but could not have done so on my left side. The food and entertainment were excellent. It was a very comfortable flight.
Seat 29J is a standard economy seat. The IFE was good as the interior was updated, the window alignment was also very good so looking out was easy. This seat is very comfortable specially if you are over 6'2" I would recommend seat 29H or 29J (my fiance used it) if your are not flying first class or Comfort+. IFE has a USB port and charges your cell phone fast while using wifi on board too. Recline is limited but Ok. Easy to stretch within reason. Rate this 9.5 out of 10.
The middle seats (CDFG) in row 38 should only be sold to children as the are narrower than all other seats in the main cabin of the Airbus A330-300. There should only have been 3 seat like in row 39 in row 38, but 4 seats are squeezed in. So if if you are setting next to another grown up man there is not enough space for your shoulders.
The seat had lots of leg room, I could fully stretch my legs without touching the bulkhead (I'm 5'7). You do see the lights / hear the sounds from the galley but you get an amenity kit in Comfort plus with eye shades and ear plugs.
This whole row is offset from the row in front. The tray tables comes down half over this seat, and the seat next to it. Also, the video screen is off the the right as well.
I use this flight to AMS every year and have found that the 2-4-2 seating is excellent and the extra money for Comfort is well worth it. I wish the seat were a bit wider, but nevertheless it is much more comfortable than economy and being able to board first allows getting my caryon stored.
10J window seat in Economy Comfort- I'm 5'5". PROS: Great not to have anyone recline back onto me. Could plug my headphones into my armrest OR the foldout screen. With Pillows tucked at my lower back i could stretch out. You can easily step out to use the bathroom. CONS: Everything has to be stored for take off and landing, including personal bag you may have brought, and/or the tv monitors. Sometimes you gain the extra 1/2 hour watching a movie until touchdown so be prepared. The galley light is bright and overhead. It was worse for the window seat but bad for me and all in row 10 and even 11. The flimsy black curtain doesn't block the light from the top. Bring eyepads for darkness.
I hated this seat because its not a window or aisle seat. The forward economy cabin was freezing for the 12 hours I was seated on this ATH-JFK flight. The pitch seemed narrower then the window/aisle pair of seats--Could be my imagination but after a while I felt claustrophobic. This row has an electric outlet between the seats which came in handy because the USB port at my seat didn't work. Seat padding is uncomfortable for this long flight.