Airplane Boeing 767-400ER (76D) Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 246 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|delta one||77 - 81||21||1 - 10||40|
|delta comfort+||35||17.9||15 - 18||28|
|economy||31 - 32||17.9||19 - 46||178|
I flew this plane in Delta One (5A) for an overnight flight to Madrid and in 30A coming back to the United States. I have to say, in all honesty, 30A was more comfortable than 5A. Yes a flat bed is nice and it's great to not have a seat mate, but the reality is that I could not sleep in Delta One seat. The leg space was so incredibly narrow that even my moderate sized body (I'm 5'6) felt confined. They call 'em coffin seats for a reason and it's really unfortunate because the service and food in Delta One are great but the seats in this 767 are terrible. Having said that, 30A was fantastic. The window seat in the exit row is considerably better than the aisle. The aisle seat has to share leg space with the cabin crew sitting in the jump seat during take off and landing. The window seat has just a tiny bit of bulkhead coming out from the exit door but it's completely negligible. I had unlimited leg space -- more than any other seat on the plane except the other exit row window seat. Trust me when I say that the exit row is MUCH better than Delta Comfort + .. I shuddered when I saw how tiny those seats were, with their nonexistent legroom. Whereas I could not get to sleep in the Delta One "bed", I slept a good 3-4 hours in 30A. The only bad thing about this seat is that it got incredibly cold. I knew this going into it, so I made sure to have multiple layers.. but even with THREE layers on my legs and two pairs of socks, my feet were still cold. And this was a daytime flight.. My recommendation would be to bring whatever socks you wear in the arctic, in which case you will be fine. But truly, even with the frigid air, 30A is still the best seat on the plane and that says a lot about the plane.
Outbound I rode in 1D, return I rode in 1A. Of six flatbed-seat flights on which I have flown, this is the ONLY instance where the flat beds were long enough for me to fully stretch out. I am 6'4", and lying flat I was comfortable. I can't guarantee other seats are as long, but these were good for me. That said, this was an OLD aircraft and the age was showing. The seats jerked when reclining, everything was scratched and marred, and on the return flight a panel kept falling off of the console and could not be reattached (the flight purser apologized for this, but could do nothing about it). Look just a little ways into the cracks and crevices, and the debris and junk lodged there is...terrible. Notation on SeatGuru that proximity to the galley may be bothersome is unnecessary; I found no problem being near the galley - and I am a person who is quite sensitive to noise, smells, etc. If you want to put up with a really run-down aircraft, this seat is recommended.
Steve H 2019/04/27 BCN to ATL early morning 10 hour flight. I did not try to sleep on the flight. Basically set up the whole flight watching movies. Flood was OK but very small servings. Leg was OK setting up for my 6' 250lb body.
All seats on row 15: the entertainment system monitor is attached to the separation wall. The distance to the screen in combination with the small size of the screen makes it quite hard to view
This seat is amazing! I don't know what all the complaining is about for these seats! I flew this from MSP-HNL, which is one of the 767-400s longest flights, and all I can say was IT WAS GREAT! And no, the A330 is NOT better than this plane. The footwell was just fine, and I'm a medium frame person who is about 5' 6". The food was great, the service even better, but overall, the seat comfort was the best. The IFE was not to small, but not to big that it made my eyes hurt, like the new A350s. Overall, this was the best flying experieence I have ever had, an would look for this plane in the future.
1D indeed does have a larger foot well; however, the tapering of the fuselage significantly reduces shoulder space. I couldn't sit back fully and ended up trading seats with the lady behind me (2D). I hope that I'll never have to fly a Delta 767-400 again: cramped feeling in every cabin and only 2 tiny bathrooms for business and just 4 for the 200+ people in coach. Not acceptable. (But the Delta flight attendants were great, as always.)
Don't be fooled about comfort+. It feels line a tuk tuk in thailand. Ridiculously small screen posing as entertainment center. Avoid rows 15-17 on this plane .
The overhead bin above seat 16E is used for emergency equipment and cannot be used by passengers.
Like many others who have commented, I have to concur regarding limited legroom at the window seats due to the electronics box situated under the seat in front of you. I was lucky enough to be able to spread out to the seat next to me and sit diagonally, but it was still uncomfortable. If you want full legroom flexibility, I would avoid seats A and G on this aircraft.
Comfortable Business Class seat. This aircraft has business class bathrooms behind the cabin so you are close but people pass quickly and quietly with no queues reaching your seat. 9A is for the crew so is either empty or closed off and does not bother you. AVD is great and screen on this plane was newer. Only downfall to this model of seating is lack of storage space at seat- only a pocket that is not even wide enough to hold a bottle of water. Outside of that - a good seat for long haul travel.
Delta Comfort had pretty good leg room but the seats are a bit narrow and not much cushioning. Delta has not upgraded the entertainment (screens) on this plane and it's pretty old. I actually connected to their WIFI (which is free) and used my IPad to watch movies. While the interior is old, the service and food was good.
On both flights to and from NYC to Barcelona the overhead bin was no useable since it was for emergnecy equipment. Also the seat in front of me 15E had an overhead bin that was half the size of a normal bin.
Very nice to be able to recline with a footrest and stretch out while lying flat. Seat bottom cushion is hard and is uncomfortable after a while. Enjoyed the Westin blanket and full sized pillow.
I enjoyed the lie-flat seats, but the seat bottom cushion is not very soft and after a while gets uncomfortable. Entertainment was OK but I like easy listening and 60's music and there was none. The chicken meal was very good. Twice I pressed the call button and got no reply. I had to physically get FA attention after about 10 minutes waiting. Like another person's comment, the FAs seem to hide in the galley. Overall, a good way to fly and I would do it again.
Seat and table were dirty. After three hours, seat was uncomfortable. If you extend your feet into the well, they may not fit. Narrow seat. Entertainment was poor, due to limited selection of movies. Crew seemed to "hide" in the front galley. Did not circulate for water/drinks. Food was poor, Steak was like leather. Overall NOT a Delta One experience that you want to repeat.
Nice seat, no issues, there is a small electric box under the seat, slightly effecting leg room, I didn't find it an issue, some may. (See Pic)
The foot wells in row 1 are larger because this is a bulkhead. Bring a set of ear plugs (who doesn't anyways when flying?!) and seats in this row are the best on the plane. Seats are a bit worn and IFE screen is small. Would fly this over a lot of the competitors in the transatlantic market though given that all delta one seats have direct aisle access.
I rode DL107 CDG to SLC in June in seat 1A. This is a far more comfortable seat than the 777 I took to Paris. The armest which holds the tray table is wide and provides nice space to work; with the table out, the hole where it normally rests can be used to store papers or books. Lighting and air was good. I had no complaints about galley noise but this crew was also exceptional. For similar trips, I will look for this plane in the future.
Equipment seems dated. TV screens are small. Wifi very good!
Sat here to and from nice on the jfk to nice route.due to electronics box on left side this seat had horrible legroom. I have had more legroom on a cr9 commuter jet than this seat