Airplane Boeing 757-200 (75S) Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 168 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|delta one||76||22.2||1 - 4||16|
|delta comfort+||35||17.2||18 - 25||44|
|economy||31 - 33||17.2||26 - 44||108|
I'm astonished that Delta uses this plane for long haul (5+ hour) flights. This was a "Comfort+" seat, but incredibly narrow -- I'm a small person, and was cramped -- plus rigid, unpadded, upright plastic seats like bus seats, that force your head into forward posture, with no back support whatsoever, and no foot support, which pretty much negates benefit of extra few inches of leg room. I booked Comfort+ because I have a spine problem, and this was the most miserable seat I've encountered. Add to that rude service -- when I asked for pillow to place behind my back, I was begrudgingly offered a flat 1" folded blanket. Shame on Delta!
I couldn't believe how much legroom this seat had, and on top of it, at the time it was FREE as it was not marked as "Preferred" when I booked my flight from DCA-LAX. While I didn't have to get up during the flight, there was enough room that you could get up without making your neighbors get up as well. There are also two tray tables with this seat: one in the seatback and one in your armrest (which does reduce the width). This allowed me to do some work on the seatback table while eating some food on the other table. Since the TV is far away, there are headphone jacks in the armrests as well. The seats also have great recline, and the FAs allowed us to keep them reclined during takeoff and landing. I did not have a problem being next to the bathroom, but I know others have mentioned it, so maybe I got lucky. Would highly recommend this row if you get the chance.
This is not a good seat. Lots of legroom, yes, but there is NO room to stow carry-ons. There is no seat in front to put a small bag under, and the overheads above this row are blocked with emergency equipment. You'll have to give your bags - no matter how small - to the flight attendants to stow elsewhere for takeoff and landing. You can get them back during the flight, but they have to stow them again for landing, and you won't get them back until the passageway is clear, meaning that even though you're right by the door, you will be one of the last people off the plane. I will take less legroom (I am 6'4") so that my carry-ons remain with or near me during and after the flight.
Seat has good legroom since there is no seat in front. However, the seat was extremely cold throughout the flight due to the proximity to the exit door. Very cold air was blowing on my feet the entire time, making it very uncomfortable.
This seat is AWFUL. It is a "Comfort" seat and I was upgraded from a regular seat, I would have preferred to stay where I was. It is narrow, awkwardly placed, with some extra leg room, but the emergency door is right in the leg area. The draft from the door is freezing cold during the flight, so my whole right side was chilled. The screen is locked away to one side, is incredibly difficult to release and deploy, and sits at an awkward angle to the left. This is by no means "Comfort" so don't select this seat, it should be removed!
This is a review for seat 27A on N709TW, a surprising aircraft for a flight from ATL to PBI. Window alignment was solid, legroom was good, and the TV/power outlets were really nice to have. This seat is located a bit beyond the middle of the wing. Solid seat.
The good - Seat reclines, lots of leg room, window next to you. The bad - Exit door protrudes out a decent amount and your feet get icy. (This happened at the end of hour 3 on my flight.) 36 A and F should be mixed marked for the exit door bulging out. 36 C and D should be mixed marked for peeps that chill there because of the restrooms. 36 B and E you might deal with 36A&F's legs near your leg space if they stretch out since it would be at an angle due to the exit door Also you will deal with half a person in front of you being near the restrooms.
These are techically a window seat, except for the fact there isnt a freaking window. This style aircraft has a plug for the fuselage. In order to make room for the stretch of the cabin length, this is the row it is located at. Since there is no window, there is more room to cramp the width of your.
Excellent seat from JFK-SFO. Probably most legroom on the plane besides row 36. Seat reclines normally and mine even had a footrest that pulls out from under the seat. Best seat in the house
Don't sit in economy comfort rows 18 or 19 if you carry on a bag. The overhead bins for these seats are used for safety equipment and you cannot store your carry-on so you have to put your bag further back in the plane.
Very cold feet. Being by the exit-door the blanket was essential. However it was not big enough to cover both my feet and my body. The only advantage to this seat is that you are first off the plane. This is my only experience of Delta's Comfort+ and it was not worth the money. It looked the same as a standard seat. At least I had extra legroom. The protruding exit door was not a problem as my legs fitted underneath it but that meant my feet were closer to the freezing air gaps in the door!
35D-F should be green. Tons of legroom (more than the Comfort+ seats), a foot rest AND full recline. On my flight people waiting for the bathrooms congregated behind them, in front of Row 36, so that wasn't an issue for my friend on the aisle.
This seat is very cold as it is right behind the exit door. My toes were ice cold and were numb almost the entire flight and for the next couple of hours after I landed. Do not sit in this seat
seats 1A/B are bulkhead, but have lots of room in front to store articles. Seats very large, comfortable, and change to flat bed. Very nice configuration and plenty of room and amenities. Would have been a great flight except the service was not first class, very inattentive and self centered, not passenger oriented. Airplane is very noisy !
This is perhaps the worst seat in coach. Very limited leg room, and when the person in front of you reclines it is downright clausterphobic (and I am 5'2"!). No recline on this seat, and right next to the line up and smells of the bathroom. Avoid at all costs.
The good: great leg room and nice foot rest makes this one of the most comfortable seats in coach. The bad: being right next to the bathroom on a cross country flight meant you were constantly seeing and smelling people coming in and out of the bathroom. 35F would be perhaps the best seat since you have the same amount of legroom and more protection from the bathrooms.
I'm 6'1" tall and there is no legroom. My knees were in the back of the seat in front of me the entire time. This plane is old. My friends who sat across the aisle where unable to use the entertainment system. The flight attendant tried rebooting their systems 2x to no avail.
Tight on legroom. I am 6'1" and my knees were in the back of the seat in front of me. I think this was an older aircraft. The entertainment system was a bit laggy but OK and had good choices for entertainment on a long flight.
18D was a typical emergency row seat with the tray table and tv screen mounted in the arm rest. While the emergency door is next to 18E, I didn't see that it affected the person in that seat. This was the first time i've had someone from 19F using that space as an aisle, and it was quite annoying. Leg room is adequate, but not exceptional. I am 6'2" and was comfortable on my JFK>SFO day flight, but if I was trying to stretch out and sleep, it may have bothered me a little.
Having flown this route in seats 1a & 1b several times, the jetway has never once been put at the front of the plane for either departure or on arrival. The turn left means passengers aren't parading past 1b.