Airplane Boeing 757-200 (75D) Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 199 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||37||21||1 - 5||20|
|delta comfort+||34||17.2||15 - 20||29|
|economy||30 - 32||17.2||21 - 45||150|
Seat 40A has two windows, one at your shoulder, and the second is forward, kind of shared with the row in front, but is better accessed (opened and closed) by 40A than 39A. GREAT for photographers, as on this flight, you pass right by several of the larger Bahamian islands.
For whatever reason, this row of Comfort+ seats have tray tables in the arm rests and video screens that extend up from between the seats. Ao the seat width is a bit limited. None of the versions of this aircraft indicate this. These seats should probably be in yellow.
So I was confused with differing takes on the bulkhead aisle (15) on this plane. First, there IS floor stowage; all 6 seats have some, but 15C and 15D have a smaller amount in front of them so only a small bag will fit; the other 4 seats have plenty of storage space on floor in front of them; additionally, the seats ARE less wide as TVs are in the armrests; worse, the TVs are the OLDEST ones in Delta's fleet; very small and pathetic as you eye the large new screens right in front of you in FC. So these seats are a mixed bag; good leg room, close to the FC bathroom as long as they don't strap you behind the silly curtain, but also restricted width and poor TVs. A mixed bag as there are a few worse seats in C+ based on lavatory position.
There is an airplane air conditioning outlet right above the seat, blowing hot/cold air intermittently. Would not book unless you like that feeling.
Like spending 6+ hours in a refrigerator.
Close to wall so tight on left side to work
On DL 1298 LAX-KOA. Sufficient leg room (I'm 6'0) and could stretch out well. Only thing to note is foot space on aisle seats is split in half. Wasn't a big deal but makes crossing your feet a little awkward if that's what you prefer. Didn't notice it on the window seats. Fantastic service as well. The rest of my family was in Row 15 A,B,C,D and had plenty of leg room (including my dad, who is 6'3). If I was flying Comfort +, Row 15 would be my first choice.
One of the most uncomfortable seats I've ever sat in. Extra leg room, yesn, some. The lavatory was not bothersome to me. But....this seat is extremely narrow, the lumbar support is non-existant and not only is there no floor storage, there's also no overhead storage
I would not consider this a "good" seat as categorized by your labels. This seat does not have any floor storage due to there being no seat in front of it. The seat also has the TV sets that must be stowed during take-off and landing. Therefore, you are unable to start watching until you get in the air, and you must stop watching and stow the TV before landing while all the other passengers finish their movies. You also have your tray table in the armrest and must bother your neighbor to retrieve and stow it.
No storage space. No tv. Smaller seat. Not comfort + standards
Worse than what you state. Worst seat ive ever had. Because of the door protrusion, legs are pushed to right. As i big guy, my shoulder was also pushed roght because of the curvature of the wall causing me to be toatally contortred.
Horrible seat. Everyone bumps into you ehen boarding. Very narrow.
Awesome seat, a ton of leg room and normal width seats (tray table is on the seat in front, not in the armrest) The site says no underseat storage but there is.
I don't know for sure but I have input. I am a pilot for Delta and I fly as a passenger all the time. I'm not sure if you capture this detail but it's important. Many exit row seats and even some comfort plus seats have steel confines on the sides rather than a movable armrest. This is a terrible feature which makes you feel like you're sitting in a box. It's awful for a big person but bad for everyone. God forbid you have 2 kids and two of those seats on a long leg where you're hoping they'll nap. This terrible feature should be incorporated in your seat charts. I avoid them at all costs and even when I book I don't know if I'm going to end up in them. I pass on exit row seats because of this possibility. I hope you can incorporate. Thanks.
Seat 26A is an exit row seat, and I am thinking that this version was the 757-200 (75D.) Seat width is skinny @ 17', yes, but it has legroom galore and there is ample storage underneath for you. The seat pitch was great, I am 5'10" and still had 7-8" between my kneecap and the seat in front. The seat did not recline, but it didn't bother me, and I do have a bad back. There also is an armrest on the window side, one review said there was none. The 757 is a smooth ride! There's also an IFE, USB, and a power outlet for convenience.
A Comfort seat, it backs up to the restroom, but the seat did have recline. It was as tight as mentioned here, but there is indeed extra legroom in front. IFE with free movies and TV and even some live TV, a USB port on it, and power also available.
19A is a window seat. it is on an exit row. some people may actually feel claustrophobic. it is difficult to get into and out of when the door is closed and someone is occupying the middle seat. you can stretch you legs out as far as you want. Two flight attendants sit facing you. you have undersea storage way in front of you, which i actually found very handy. you will leave the plane first, more than likely. but it is not as wide a seat as other comfort+ seats. the seat does recline a little. it has its own entertainment unit, but you must fold it back down during takeoff and landing, making it not as good as other comfort+ seats. I agree that this seat is a mixed bag. i would not take it on a flight over 3 hours. it may or may not be worth the extra money. if other comfort+ seats are available, go for them first.
Adding to the comments for 19F: this is *not* a good seat! The exit door juts into your space. Your right knee is wedged against the door (thankfully there is padding) and there is no footspace for your right foot. Your left leg and left foot have unlimited space. Still, a very cramped seat with little shoulder room and a tiny tray table in the arm of the seat that isn't usable for much more than a drink and a small snack packet. This seat really should be yellow or red. The "infinite legroom" aspect isn't really there given how tight the space is with the exit door.
Found the seat to be spacious with plenty of legroom. I'm a larger flyer (275 lbs) and found seat width to be excellent. Well-placed windows allowed for looking out without that awkward neck twist we all know and love. IFE screen was very clear and intuitive with good selections. As a T-Mobile customer, I had a complimentary hour of WiFi that I found to be usable. Not the fastest thing in the world, but more than adequate for general social media usage. Service was attentive and prompt.
This review is for two 757s, N687DL and N674DL, both in seat 34F. This seat is located just off the back of the wing, and has two windows. One by your head and one a bit ahead, but it is so easy to look out from. The legroom was just as expected on an economy flight, and was very tolerable. The iFE was amazing. I would highly recommend 34F.