Airplane Boeing 767-300ER (76T/76W) v1 Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 208 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||17 - 21||29|
|economy||31 - 32||17.9||22 - 42||143|
Pretty speechless boarding ICN - SEA in 763, Seat 1A that was by far on the most ancient aircraft I have ever flown. For such a coveted route, one would think that Delta would want to showcase their services from Asia, such as their new A350 SEA - NRT service...NOT SO with this aircraft. Extremely narrow compared to any of Delta's other widebody jets. The screen was so small and burnt out from age that one had no way of watching a film to any enjoyment. Absolutely zero storage, not even for a eReader or smartphone. Lie-flat is questionable vs. other lie flats on newer aircraft. On this aircraft there was still a slight slant in the angle and extremely narrow foot hold area. Worst of all for seat 1A is proximity to the lavatories. Due to the plane's age, the plumbing in the lavatory needed maintenance and the lavatory fumes wafted back from time to time for 10 hours and 12 minutes. Finally, there is very little overhead storage due to several oxygen tanks in the overhead bin directly over the seat. Thus, one has to store carry-on baggage in bins further back from the front of the plane. Stinky, Tight and Worn-Out best describe this Seat in my experience today.
Flew FRA to ATL on 6/6/19 and the Comfort Class seating was not as indicated. There was a row in front of 17G and H which was an exit aisle with no windows. There were also other Comfort seating with no windows. Other than a little extra leg room and seat recline there is no reason to incur the expense for Comfort Class. No foot rest so even in full recline not very comfortable. Same meals and drinks,
Good: maximum legroom. Bad: seats are very hard, not comfortable enough for such long flights. Monitor far away and tray table is in the armrest, you have no alternative and cant stand up or move while you have even a drink at your seat.
you cant lay back the seat because the person behind you (main cabine) has zero space for his knees, you feel the knees in your back. Seats are hard and not comfortable, not enough for 9-hour-flights.
Row 17 is improperly described on this layout. For the middle set of seats there is a ton of legroom before the bulkhead, however, for the two pairs of row 17 seats between the aisle and window, the bulkhead is much closer and legroom is cramped. Avoid these seats! Also, no passengers congregate in this area, contrary to the comment.
Steve H DTW to FCO on 4/12/19 great seat plenty leg room for 6' 250lb guy
Was severely lectured on exit row protocol as this was an exit row. Most uncomfortable flight ever. The seat was hard and unyielding, could not get comfortable. The aircraft was also very noisy and the inside of the cabin walls were as cold as a refrigerator. (poor insulation)? Food equal to worst ever. Flight felt like a 24 hour marathon.
I froze from Amsterdam to Salt Lake City UT, which is a 9.5 to 10.5 hour flight. Thank goodness I had gloves and a jacket with me. I had two blankets and a pillow up against my right side. You should NOT sell this seat. I paid extra to be in the Delta comfort + and was VERY disappointed.
The seatrow is directly behind Comfort+. Your seat will not recline as much as the row in front of you, resulting in less living and breathing area.
For folks with wide shoulders, you know how sometimes the seat aligns with the curve of the window and sometimes your shoulder hits a bump in the wall? In this seat, your shoulder will hit the bump. If you want that extra inch or two of shoulder space, the bulkhead has it but now 18A. But the bump was helpful for sleeping Recline on seat makes a different for comfort when a sleep. This seat is far away enough from the lav that I didn't even realize the lav was close until I needed to go. My plane had the old, small screens but usb ports for charging in the seat back AND underneath the seat. And no bar separating the foot space between you and the person in 18B which was not a problem for me personally as I didn't sit next to a manspreader for once.
I'm OK with this rating but it seems that the standard "be aware" seat caution is a little formulaic. This seat has a lot of leg room and this is tremendously advantageous when you don't know your seat partner as it allows easy egress from the seat without disturbing them. I also saw no evidence at all to suggest passengers congregate here. It is actually almost impossible since immediately in front of the bulkhead is Delta One so there is no need to congregate here. This should be omitted from this "be aware" comment in my opinion. I would definitely choose this seat again. It is true that the window is a little offset backwards but still perfectly easy to look out. The service on this flight was very good - I had to have the IFE screen restarted which was done quickly and efficiently. 767s are getting long in the tooth now but they are transatlantic workhorses for a reason and I have no problem flying either Delta or this plane in the future.
These front row seats often come with a note about the galley proximity being bothersome. However I haven't found it so the couple of times I've flown in this version of Delta One and didn't this time either. In fact, I choose these front row seats given the choice since the leg space seems larger than in a normal spot. Also they have the wide armrest to the aisle so they are more private. I really like this layout - aisle access for all and the seats are perfectly comfortable and I don't get the coffin feel about which some people complain, although I am only 5'10 and fairly slim. The service on Delta is very good on international, they keep you well supplied with drinks and the food was excellent on this trip. No complaints whatsoever and, although somewhat dated, I like this arrangement for business class
This seat has a lot of legroom, however relative to other seats the seat cushion is quite firm and not comfortable on longer flights. I had purposely chosen this rather than Delta Comfort+ because I like the extra legroom and not having the person in front recline, but I wouldn't choose it again as after the 4th hour it got quite uncomfortable. It seems Delta uses a different seat cushion on the seats with integrated tray tables versus the regular seats.
I am a big person (6'4) too. Beware the odd-numbered rows -- where the console is between you and aisle (as opposed between you and the window.) It is literally impossible to crawl out to the aisle without disrupting the person in front of you.
I am 6'5" and most of the Business Class seats are very cramped. If you're a side sleeper like me then avoid seats with consoles on both sides or a window seat with a console on the isle side. There is no room to bend your knees. These seats work well for under 6'0" people and back sleepers.
14A isn't too bad, but plan to check your rollaboard, as the overhead bin space is nearly non-existent. Otherwise, it's a great seat near the exit with no one across the aisle.
We flew from ICN-SEA and were pleasantly surprised with the Delta One product. We had 5B and 5C and we were expecting the worse after reading many negative comments. Good food and service. The footwell felt quite small at first but I made it work by flipping on my side and actually got a lot of sleep on the 10+ hour flight.
Delta One in 2B. Lie flat seat isn't if you're over 6'1", and the cocoon like construction means you're claustrophobic and trapped. No sleep and terrible discomfort for a 10 hour flight.
Flew from Shanghai PVG to Seattle. This plane, even though its 17yrs old, feels straight out of the 80s. The Comfort+ seat was hard as rock, the food was borderline inedible and the TV screen was almost as big as my iPhone. Proximity to the lavatory was not a bother though. Could not smell anything and lights were not an issue. Definitely won't be flying this plane again.
ICN-SEA in Delta One. While this style of business class seat is dated, it was still a comfortable experience. The seat in it's full upright position is not comfortable,however right after take-off adjusted into a lounge position it is very comfortable. The food was excellent and the wine selection also excellent. Reclined into the lie-flat bed position I was able to lie comfortably on my back and sleep. The seat-back IFE screens need updating as they are not very clear. Great service by the flight attendants.