Airplane Boeing 757-300 (75Y) Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 234 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||37||21||1 - 6||24|
|delta comfort+||34||17.2||14 - 19||32|
|economy||30 - 32||17.2||20 - 49||178|
A bit tight due to alignment with window on plane.
This is by far, THE worst seat in all of aviation history. I have never had a more cramped, loud, uncomfortable, uncaring, inhospitable, and miserable experience in my life. I will hitchhike from Vegas to Detroit before I fly this "Slaveship in the Air" again.
Row 19 seats on this plane are NOT standard Comfort+ seats. It is labeled Comfort, but pitch is noticeably closer than other Comfort seat rows. I didn't have a way to measure, but I can tell you the legroom was identical to main cabin. Everyone in row 19 agreed that this was the most cramped "Comfort" seat they had ever been in. I'm a Delta Diamond; I fly a lot. To call this row a Comfort seat is false advertising.
This seat is COMPLETE GARBAGE. There's NO WINDOW. There's no foot space under your own seat (not for storage...just for your feet--because there's an equipment box jammed in there). This should not even BE an option for a seat on this plane, especially when folks who reserve window seats typically NEED them because of claustrophobia or a fear of flying.
Very comfortable normal first class seat. Wish it had a footrest though. Breakfast meal was omelet.
Very comfortable with ample leg room. It is a noisy aircraft, I was glad I had my noise-cancelling headphones. The meal of chicken was fabulous.
Comfortable but noisy aircraft. Recommend noise cancelling headsets.
Very comfortable although no foot rest.. Legroom more than adequate. Tough for window occupant to get past the center arm rest. Need to grab seat back of seat in row 2 for support.
I found this seat exceptional comfortable with plenty of room. The aircraft was also as clean as any I've flown. I'd definitely sit in this seat again on this plan.
Love 1D - even though you're at the bulkhead, you feel like you have much more room since no one reclines in front of you and you can sort of 'spill out' to your right against the window. I'm 6'2" and I prefer these bulkheads to the other seats. I like these better than the bulkheads on the 737s which do feel constrained.
Decent seat. IFE is on the wall. Service was spectacular. There is limited foot space secondary to the bulkhead. Id not call it restricted but I'd say its less.
The warning says the seat "might not" recline. I confirm that it does not recline AT ALL. Also found that meal options for purchase were limited because service starts at front of plane and they ran out of meals by the time they reached row 40
These are considered "preferred" seats where we paid an extra $35 to have these seats. What they didnt tell us when we called in to book them is they dont recline because of the exit row behind them. I wouldnt pay extra for these seats again.
There is no storage under the seat in front due to the bathrooms, which might be problematic for some. Miles of legroom, though. Personal entertainment flips up from between the seats.
This is the Seattle to Minneapolis leg of the flight. As another mentioned, the aisle seats on both sides have strikingly small under-seat storage (unlike the center and window). If you need to put a good size bag under there, you will not be able to also put your feet/legs.
This seat is in the Comfort+ section. This seat was of decent width and the pitch was pretty good as well. I am 5'9" and slim so I fit easily in most seats. There is seatback entertainment on this plane. The service was also very good on this 3.5 hour flight from MSP to LAX. Besides the free wine I had they also served us coffee mid flight and brought the snacks by a couple of times. The flight fuel menu was available on this flight but I passed on that. Even though this was a full flight, I did not feel cramped. The lav is also just a few rows in front of row 18 so that is convenient as well. I would recommend any seat in row 18 on this 757-300.
The exit door blocks a lot of the legroom. There is no storage overhead or under the seat in front This is not a desirable seat.
The most uncomfortable Delta Comfort seat I can remember. Extremely cramped for a three-hour flight from LAS to MSP. The extra legroom was all that kept it bearable.
On this red-eye I was planning to sleep from SLC to ATL. Sadly with the "improved" Delta seat this was uncomfortable in the extreme. The seat pan sliding forward when you try to recline the seat meant that even with nothing beneath the seat in front of me there was no room for my feet or knees with the seat reclined. Padding on the seat also seemed microscopic adding to the discomfort.
This business class seat is roomy and comfortable. Plenty of recline even with the storage locker behind it.