Airplane Boeing 777-200ER/LR (7HD) v2 Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 296 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|delta one||77 - 78||22 - 24||1 - 8||28|
|delta premium select||38||19||20 - 25||48|
|economy||31 - 32||18.5||30 - 57||220|
My family and I recently flew on one of Delta's retrofitted 777 which featured the new Premium Economy cabin. I have to say we were all very impressed. From a pure seat standpoint premium economy is similar to what you would find in domestic first class. There is plenty of space to easily cross your legs and the seats are wider and include a bigger armrest that can be used to hold drinks etc. The foot rest was very nice for a long haul trip. Only downside was that I hoped the seats would lean back a little more (felt like it was no different than economy comfort). Entertainment screen was nice and big and the noise canceling headphones were great for watching movies. Food was outstanding and comparable to what you would find in international first class just a few years ago. Champagne was served during boarding. Plated meals included multiple courses and premium wine and drinks. Overall, premium economy was outstanding and definitely worth the extra money.
Great leg room and a nice plane ride. This plane works for long trips to allow walking every 2hrs. You can do a U walk in each class making the flight go well. You get on added benefit of a 6000 foot cabin. This is much better than most.