Airplane Boeing 767-300ER (76Z) v4 Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 226 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|delta one||76.5 - 81.4||21||1 - 7||26|
|delta comfort+||35||17.9||13 - 17||29|
|economy||31 - 32||17.9||18 - 42||171|
This should be labelled a DIS-Comfort seat! Draughs from the exit door, cramped seats and barely any leg room, limited overhead bin space and no Reserved for Comfort labeling, close to the toilets, had to pull tray and video screen from the seat, always in the way, had to ask my fellow passenger to move to accomplish these tasks. An outrage you are being asked to pay extra for this seat on this 767.
There is an extremely cold draft emitting from the exit door.
13A is a hot mess of a seat... there is a huge door in your knees so you're screwed if you're over 5'6 feet tall. Not to mention the bathroom smells and sounds. I would really look at the layout of your plane and try to avoid at all costs. Can't believe they think this is worth the extra money. Row 13 is appropriately named... it's miserable.
The seat pitch is really great at this row but the seats are awfully hard so a longer flight is quite a challenge! I would not recommend it unless you have firm meat on your behind :-)
Sort of an average Biz seat. This one has the console by the window instead of on the aisle, which I dislike, but it wasn't too bad. (Having the console on the aisle blocks you from passersby.) The big problem is: forget about actually lying flat. The sides of the seat are too high, and just as you start to get completely flat, you're forced into this tight, constricted space like a coffin. Awful. Never recall experiencing that before.
Other than the power port, it was not worth paying extra for Comfort+ for seat 13G. It was freezing cold while the rest of the plane seemed to be at a better temp. It did not have any storage on the floor, and the odour from the toilets was not pleasant, nor were the crowds of people standing around waiting to use the facilities or the light going on and off and the noise when the toilet door was opened and closed. This row should not be a comfort plus seat - there are cheaper seats that are more comfortable than this.
Good econ comfort seat, no complaints. Snagged it after originally getting 15G so I could have a window. I will note that the bulkhead seats in row 15 do have a window, it's just set far back next to the seat so it's not easy to look out of. There's really no window to speak of in row 16, so definitely avoid those if you want a view.
This and 6A are the worst Delta 1 seats in the fleet. No window on either side and 6A has the crew blind around seat 5A in front of it. In this configuration the Comfort plus lavatories each have a single wide swinging door hinged in the middle that opens forward. This door is slammed during the entire flight the the noise is channeled directly at these two seats. Bifold doors, a better curtain, hinge on the outside would all lessen the noise. Delta Diamond
Since it was an exit row, the amount of leg room was very generous. However, the seat was as hard as a rock and became very uncomfortable over the course of a six hour flight.
Hardly any underseat storage area. My backpack did not fully fit under the seat in from of me, which really impacted the leg room. The seat had only a standard recline, and the mechanism was stiff. I am a medium size person as was the person seated next to me. Yet neither of us could relax without touching the other, which was awkward since we were strangers.
Row 21 on this aircraft has definitely more legroom than Comfort + and it is not near restrooms or galleys.
Flew seat 21E from TXL to JFK. It is at the far front of the cabin which makes disembarking quicker and your meal comes earlier. The legroom is superb(i'm 5' 5") you can stretch out and don't feel at all cramped after the flight. The only flaw is that you're right near the engine, making it quite loud.
some comments refer to 12B, 8B, 8C... but the seats do not exist. I was on NRT-BKK on this plane configuration. It's the best medium haul red-eye experience I've had in a long time. Behind the seat is a curtain and door 2R, no windows make it perfect corner for privacy and sleep time. OBTW, seat 5A is reserved for pilot rest. There's a curtain railing that surrounds above the seat.
I rencently took a flight from lax to jfk. Seat 13a was amazing. I could stretch my legs out fully extenfed to the bulkhead in front. Tv screen lifts from the side of the seat. Seats 13 a,b in my opinion are the best comfort + on this aircraft.
There isn't a screen for movies. That makes for a long 11 hour flight
These are old, old business class seats. The staggered arrangement is such that it is a bit of a struggle to maneuver into the seat when it is anything but fully upright, as the high side walls make for a narrow entry. The space for your feet is very tight, almost like being in a hard plastic sleeping bag.
Really bad seat for biz class. It sticks out into the aisle and you get clipped several times over the course of a 6 hour flight. The overhead locker narrows so you can't fit a standard size carry-on case which is disappointing. Also, Delta don't seem to hang jackets which again I struggle to believe because this config seems to have more storage than actual space for passengers. Overall business class feels tight and that people have been packed in, not helped by low seat heights - you can see everyone in the biz class from your seat which again compared to other configurationa flying the Bangkok-Tokyo route is a lot worse. Wouldn't book Delta again given they seem to kit planes out with ancient specs.
Seat 1A is very close to the bulkhead. The space between the seat and the LCD screen is less than the other non bulkhead seats. The foot hole goes into the closet so you have the same foot space but the pitch between the seat and the bulkhead is at least 4" to 6" less than non bulkhead seats.
Delta One Business Class was the best flight experience I've ever had. The section is very sensibly laid out (much better than business class on British Airways) and this seat had tons of space and legroom. Food/beverage/entertainment options were all fantastic, and the customer service was the best I've experienced. Can't recommend Delta One highly enough. Note that odd-numbered window seats are closer to the actual windows, and have more space and privacy from the aisle.
Delta One seat felt like an economy sized seat that "sorta" lied flat. Old seats, mine had to be reset twice to recline at all. Do not recommend. However, food and service were excellent