Airplane Boeing 757-200 (757) Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 180 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||37 - 38||21||1 - 6||24|
|delta comfort+||34 - 35||17.2||19 - 23||21|
|economy||31 - 33||17.2||24 - 45||135|
This is bulkhead, and yes, you can see the FA working, but it was roomy and comfortable. Lots of leg room and plenty of room overhead. Entertainment screens were easy to see as well. We got special meals as well - low fat/low carb - and they were quite good. Chicken breast, ceasar salad, couscous and chickpeas, squash with kale, and then fruit (blueberry, strawberry and pineapple).
Sfo to Boston freezing cold, cabin crew tried repeatedly to increase temp but it stayed very cold they said it was always a problem with the zone and gave us all blankets i was wearing long pants and a fleece vest and froze, hands under my armpit for 5 hours
This so called First class seat is a jokr. This aircraft is small and crowded through out. No fit for cross country servicr. Was very dirty and late.
FYI, be aware they use one first class seat for pilot "rest" and if you're unlucky enough to be the one seated next to that seat good luck on getting any sleep as they rotate all 3 pilots every 2 hours or so.
The MOST torturous flight I have ever had from OGG to anywhere on any airline! Great leg room, but...the seat was so narrow that my hips hurt the instant I sat in it, and it continued for the entire 5-hour flight! The armrests also do not move on this row. My husband and I usually pull up the armrest so that we can both be comfortable. He is thin and tall and I would be labeled as obese, but not obese enough to need a seat belt extender. Full flight so no chance for moving. My husband (in 26A) felt bad because he had changed our seats to this row because of the extra leg space, which was great for him, but the narrowness of the space was absolutely painful for me (it's three days later and I am still sore). My husband did complain about the freezing cold though. It was so cold that he could feel it through the pillow. My husband also likes to recline slightly, but these seats did not do that either. The guy next to me (26C) was in agony also. He was my husband's height, but a larger build. He told me that he had to squeeze into the seat as well. And I paid extra for this experience!? Unbelievable!
Lots of legroom
Excellent seat, with the usual gripe abouy no aisle access, but definitely pick any seat in row 1 on this bird. The footwells are easily twice as big.
Sat in 2A for Redeye to Detroit from LAX - all I can say is this was the WORST configured airplane I have ever flown. Upgraded to First, hoping to sleep, due to important meeting. First was surprised they crammed 6 rows of seats into the same space there is normally 5. The seats recline exactly 2 inches and are the old style, so nothing for your feet and no support for your legs. Seats are so close together (front to back) that there is no way to avoid bothering your neighbor to get up. Makes sense why no recline - too many seats in too small of a space. REALLY surprised that Delta would ever use this plane for a red-eye. Absolutely the worst 1st class config ever! Avoid this plane at all costs if you need sleep.
Absolute worst seat. Most narrow seat I've ever sat in. And, NO overhead bin space. No way should this seat (or row of seats) qualify as Comfort plus. I'd like my money back!!!
They call it Comfort Plus but it really should be Economy Plus - the seats are just as narrow and the actual comfort level is about equal to economy. The extra leg room is all you're paying for. In seat 20F the divider between the windows encroaches on your elbow space so if you have broad shoulders or are a fluffy flier you will have trouble containing yourself in your seat. The plane itself is fine - roller bags fit on both sides and the seats are average for Delta. Much preferred over the MD planes.
Tray tables are in armrests, reducing seat width. Exit row seat belt is shorter than exit row on MD-90.
No overhead luggage storage above seats 43D-F, 44D-F, or any seats in row 45 due to flight emergency equipment storage.
Sold as comfortplus and ended up being economy, very dissapointing
ATL to JFK on Flight 2350; great seat; a wall separates the seats so there isn't the potential of feeling the person behind touching the IFE screen. Good window seat, as I was able to get some nice pics of NYC upon arrival. The only possible negative is that I had to crawl over the guy next to me to get up for the bathroom. Overall, plenty of room, clean cabin and nice flight attendants; good experience!
I decent nice flight. Lovemtye seatback entertainment. The legroom wasnt great however, but the seat width was okay.
Limited recline for last row of first class
Not the best seat for the reasons stated here i.e. that there is no window by this seat. Actually there is one out of which you can see, but you have to lean forward or peer over your shoulder to basically see a wing. This is actually a big deal for me as I like window seats, it may not bother you. Comfort Plus on Delta is, for me, something of a misnomer. You get a couple of inches extra and that's really it. Drinks aren't a bad deal but on a short flight that is a minimal advantage. The 757 is a nice plane but old - the wifi on this example barely worked, the seats are cramped when the plane is full and for 90 minutes it's bearable, longer than that would be pretty uncomfortable.
Plenty of legroom, but potentially the most uncomfortable seat possible for a long flight. The seat is very hard with little cushion.
Contrary to the yellow warning info given here, my flight 1)did have storage under the seat and 2)did not have a conventional tray table rather than the sort in the armrest. However, I would still caution that it smells a bit like the lavatory (that sort of chemical cleaner smell) and is louder than some other seats may be because of its relative proximity to the engines - not dramatic and not awfully loud, but worth mentioning for some folks. It is super convenient to the entry/exit, so if you're needing to make a quick exit, it's a good row to pick.
I found the new 757-200 excruciatingly uncomfortable even though I was in arguably the best row of Economy Comfort. The new overhead bins that allow putting in luggage on its side cramps headroom appreciably and makes getting into and out of seats difficult. The seats are narrower so even a medium sized man was spilling into my space, and I am an average size, though tall, woman. and the aisles seem narrower as well.