Airplane Boeing 737-800 (73H) 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||38||21||1 - 4||16|
|delta comfort+||34||17.2||10 - 15||36|
|economy||31 - 32||17.2||16 - 33||108|
Pretty good seat with lots of head and leg room. It's a firm plastic seat as others have noted, but good enough for ~2 hour flights. Pro tip: bring a pad cut out from a thin rubber-foam yoga mat because it folds small enough to fit into the satchel and adds much comfort. As a template you can use a bucket seat in a car, which also makes the pad useful for long drives in that car. On the right you get 2 windows: 1 is right beside the seat back, which means the elbow and shoulder room is quite ergonomic (seat 10F is opposite, no elbow room). There's a view of the engine + the front window for general view. If the sun is low you can lower the shades halfway to view the LCD and still have light on the fold-out table. The new recliner slides the seat and lower seatback forward which might take a couple of tries since the sliders aren't lubricated very well. Still good leg room while reclined.
There is no longer a fixed bulkhead in row 10. Only a cieling mounted divider screen is installed. This row should be labeled green now as there is extensive foot and legroom that was previously blocked with the fixed wall.
I took the flight from ATL to LAX. Seat 11D - comfort + The seat had very minimal storage under the seat in front. The electronics and placement of the seat leg made it impossible to put a very small roller under it! Avoid this seat if possible!
Fairly standard first class seat for Delta narrow body aircraft. Comfort level better than normal . IFE was very good.
I sat in Seat 3C returning from Orlando to Boston. I paid good money for this First Class seat, only to have the guy in front of my put his seat back all the way. After that, I had NO leg room and couldn't even put my tray table out because the seat literally was almost sitting on my knees. The flight attendant saw it and did nothing, she just rolled her eyes when she tried to give me a drink, like it was my problem I had no room to put my drink down. My daughter was in Seat 3D and had the same problem. Very unhappy with these seats.
Although row 10 is considered bulkhead, you can place items underneath the first class seats in front of you
What a great seat, plenty of leg room and very comfortable. Large screen in the seat back with a large variety to watch. Delta has really stepped up the game on the service end.Amazing flight attendants
The other reviews for this seat are accurate: avoid it if you can. The seat cushion is noticeably thinner -- it felt like I was sitting on a piece of plywood. The lack of a right armrest and a misaligned window added to the misery. The extra legroom is nice of course, but in my opinion doesn't make up for the other drawbacks.
Seat was nice, althoug it was messy when serving the meal. Engine noise was descent.
Things are fine down the back except for the occasional bathroom queue. Note that this aircraft now has seat power all the way through Economy. There is a universal socket at the base of each armrest, facing the seat behind (2 sockets for each 3 seats).
The wall curves in and out to accomodate the windows. The "divider" between them juts out into your shoulder in this seat. Be great to know which seats have this issue so we can avoid them
A good seat, but one of the speakers for announcements is over row 12 and this makes for a LOUD flight at times.
Seat was comfortable, however, if the seat in front of you is fully reclined, there is very little space to get into the aisle.
The last row of seats on this plane should be removed. There is absolutely no room to the seats in front and no head rest. All the people in the plane have to pass this row and flush the toilets. There is no room in the aisle for people to wait for the bathrooms. 2 bathrooms for the entire plane minus first class is obscene, especially on a five hour flight. Worst plane I have ever flow on. Also all the six overhead bins were taken for the last three row of seats by the crew and for emergency equipment which meant any carry on items had to be at your feet which made the leg room even more unbearable. Plane designed for profit not comfort.
I did not feel this seat should be a full-on yellow. There was a ton of room between this row and the row ahead of it, and lot of room underneath the seat in front. As most exit row seats in these new planes, there was absolutely no padding in the seat. I was on a 2.5 hour flight and I felt it by the end. I wouldn't sit here on a longer flight if that is something that bothers you. The "armrest" to the right, was fixed, so that the seat would otherwise be narrow, but it was not fixed to the left. In fact, that armrest was affixed to the exit door, so there was actually more room for hips/legs than there otherwise would have been. It had more space in an exit row window seat that I would have expected. The door was cold, though, so if that bothers you, factor that in. I would sit there again if I could not get an aisle seat.
Though the seat map says that legroom is restricted I found that that is absolutely not true this is probably the most ever had on the flight. The card holder on the right does jet out a bit making it slightly awkward but fine for flight across the country
ALL Last 1st Class Rows like row 4 here get last choice on meals better to be in row 2 or row 3 to get better meal choices. This is the same with ALL flights all 1st class.
2B is listed as standard seat. Under 1A & !B is large metal boxes in both middle and legroom under 1B. Not"standard seat" if you are tall and want to have standard legroom. May 4,2017
Worst first class product flying in the intercontinental U.S. Seat recline is no better than coach. Other first class services are equally poor.
Great exit row seat lots and lots of room. This js a new internet equipped plane so video streaming is available.