Airplane Boeing 767-300ER (76L) v2 Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 211 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|delta one||77 - 81||21||1 - 9||36|
|delta comfort+||35||17.9||16 - 21||32|
|economy||31 - 32||17.9||22 - 42||143|
Delta and Seatguru both list this seat as having limited recline, but that is not the case. Comfort+ seats in row 19 have normal recline for this section. The row behind is so far behind that you can recline fully w/o worrying about the person behind you.
If you fly business class and like a seat near the window, choose an odd numbered seat. These have about 2-3 inches more pitch than the even numbered seats. You can feel the difference if you are tall.
21B is an exit row seat. Great leg room and seems like there is extra recline to this seat. Big downside is that it is right next to the lavs, with people constantly coming and going and sometimes congregating. With the cabin lights dim, the lav lights shine into your eyes every time the lav door is opened. While I really appreciated the leg room, I probably would not choose to sit here again.
Aircraft good service from staff excellent
Seat 17A is a typical narrower C+ seat with the tray in the armrest. At 6'2" I had plenty of legroom, and was able to sleep reasonably comfortably stretched out. The one awkward detail was the TV screen. It was not the usual flip up unit stored in the armrest, it was mounted on the bulkhead wall. The wall was far enough away for my legs to stretch, so reaching the screen with my hand was not so easy. The audio jack was in the end of the armrest.
Sat here from Frankfurt->Atlanta. I was a bit nervous selecting this seat as I'm 6'5" so middle seats geneally make me cringe. Regardless, I opted to spend the $100 to give it a shot. Best decision I made the entire trip. I had far more leg room than my standard Economy aisle seat on the departure to Frankfurt. The recline was the best part, significantly more than Economy. All the above enabled me to sleep for about 7 hours of the 10 hour flight. Didn't seem to notice any perks as far as amenities or food, but the space was well worth the $100 if you're of above average stature. If you can score a Comfort + aisle seat, I would still take that but Comfort + middle beats Economy aisle all day.
The seats are comfortable enough to sit, but very uncomfortable to sleep in. They do flatten out to make a falt bed, BUT the space for the legs and feet is horribly restrictive. Your feet are scrunched in and it is very difficult to turn as your knees will bump against the sides. I am only 5ft 8in tall, I shudder to think what a taller person will experience. Delta made a grave error in getting these seats configured this way.
Probably the worst Business class or First Class. No privacy between the two seats in the middle row. Unless you are travelling as a couple it could be a real crapshoot about your next door neighbor. Luckily the guy who threw up his dinner twice was in a window seat..pity the person who would have been sitting next to him if he had an aisle seat. No storage room at except for the overhead bins (and aisle bins would not store any except the smallest carryon.
I think the delta one seats are small claustraphobic and really uncomfortable
Flew both ways in these seats, Heathrow to Portland Oregon and found them very good. Hubby is over 6' tall and he had plenty of leg room. Just far enough from the toilets so that they not a nuisance with people waiting to use or keep coming past. Comfortable and would recommend
I was on flight from Atlanta to LHR on 16 May and somehow this seat and 6A are now the seats without a window in Delta One cabin. Flight attendant said only the D version of 767 have windows on row 6.
Fly ATL-MAD. If you want leg room, this is seat for you. However, there are several significant negatives. The tray is in the arm rest and does not move forward. It pins you in your seat and seems unusually small. You cannot reach the bulkhead mounted touchscreen TV when the tray is out. It easy to spill food and drink. The window is poorly aligned requiring you to turn your neck past 90 degrees.
So I fly a route that uses this plane a lot, and have been in both economy and business (economy more so...). In a nutshell here is my thoughts on the economy options, hope this helps people: The exit row seats are very spacious (row 21 and 20), however, they are HARD compared to normal seats as they are thin to make them light. Also, row 20 (as well as 19) has limited recline which makes it recline similar to normal economy rather than eco +. I would only buy row 20 if you really need legroom or are getting it free, same goes for row 19. Row 22 is STAY AWAY, its standard economy but you have econ comfort to recline extra into you...terrible terrible seat on either of the sides. Plus the bulkhead there usually has a crying kid or two. Row 16 is acceptable if you have something to put your feet on. You can squeeze your feet on the sides of the bulkhead poking into business. But be prepared to be jealous of business as you are only a few feet from row 9 and get to smell all their food! Ha. In essence, I think row 21 is best if you need legroom, but the seats are hard and it gets cold. 17-18 are probably the best seats on the plane. Also, if you grab C or E in econ comfort the middle is almost always empyt (why pay for a middle seat). Hope this helps someone.
Delta 1237 B767-300LR. Seat is an exit row seat and technically delta comfort, although the seat is very thin and uncomfortable compared to other standard Delta comfort seats.
Extremely uncomfortable, actually painful! The cushioning on the exit row seats is very thin, after a while feels like sitting on a hard wooden board. The seat provides no support, when reclined I had to push my legs against the metal frame of the front seat to not slide off. Extra legroom is nice, but absolutely not worth paying the extra price. Much better seats in the comfort seats without exit. Never again. Had this on two flights with this airplane now.
There is a huge difference between the Delta One seats on the Airbus 330 and the 767. The Airbus seats closely resemble first class on other high ranking carriers, but the 767 seats are quite narrow and much less comfortable on long distance flights. Service is great, but the meals were about c+.
Gap between the bulkhead and seat is small, presenting challenges in egress and ingress. That small gap also leaves little room to pull up your knees if sleeping on your right side.
767-300ER ( V76L) 6D on a transcontinental between Atlanta and Seattle. For a "Delta One" ( First class ) seat it was a little snug. I am a big guy and understand that. The window is aligned with the seat. There are two pockets available for use and both are limited to what you can put in them. The seat layout alternates back and forth. 6D the seat is on the left with table space to the right. This is where all controls are also located as well as the tray table. Keep in mind that there is a gap between the seat and the wall of the aircraft. It is easy to drop things down between that you will never see again. The tray table extends out a good distance and even being a big guy I had plenty of room with the table out for meals. The IFES screen had good color was reasonable in size. There is a massage option for the seat but it is a bit primative and rough. If the person in front of you uses their massage option you can feel it in your feet and legs because they are tucked underneath their seat compartment. Flying transcontinel they provide you with the typical airline pillow and blanket which I think is different that international. Overhead space is large and I had no problems with my bags.
I think this seat has normal comfort+ recline. Definitely more than a standard economy seat.
For seats 40 A and B the overhead baggage storage is reserved for crew and physically locked.