Airplane Bombardier CRJ900 (CR9) Delta Air Lines has 3 classes on board with total of 76 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||37||19.6||1 - 4||12|
|delta comfort+||34||16.85||5 - 9||20|
|economy||31||16.85||10 - 20||44|
the price is to high for these seats
I think the price for this seat is way to high!
Great seat, nice dirnks. Felt like I was flying in a lay-z-boy.
Offset window was really not that bad. I still was able to see out. However, the seats were incredibly small. My 6'4" son with very broad shoulders was unable to sit without one leg in the aisle and the other into my seat area. The flight attendants were great but had to ask him to lean toward me when they came by with carts because his shoulders were wider than the seat and went into the aisle. So, getting an upgraded seat is a must if you're over 6' and have broad shoulders.
This Comfort+ seat has more legroom than in first class seats on the same flight. There was a clear view out the window. My 6'4" husband could fully stretch his legs out with room to spare. Highly recommended!
Nice enough fc seat. Windows are somewhat misaligned, hard 90 neck turn to look out true of all other FC seats. No bendable headrest and minimal storage on left OH bin
This review is seat 6D on N319PQ. Window alignment was poor (very far up), but the seat was not bad at all. AC power was available throughout First Class and Comfort+. Solid seat for a CRJ-900.
CRJ 900 (9E). The 2 exit rows have fixed armrest with fold away trays.
Great seat with a lot of room. Only row in first class that has the window s aligned properly with your seat.
Good FC solo seat. Note that the port side FC section has a smaller overhead storage area than the starboard side. Port has sliding doors. You can stuff a windbreaker or purse in there but not much else. Small rollaboards fit in the bins to starboard.
Sea 20A had a window while 20D did not have a window. there was very little seat recline and the engines were loud from there
This an exit row seat -- plenty of leg room, but it does not recline. The problem is with the CRJ-900. It is long and thin. I could not, at 6 feet two inches, stand erect without bumping my head. If you are in the least bit claustrophobic, avoid this plane.
These seats are emergency exit seats. As a result they have almost double the leg room. The also recline. The windows are slightly misaligned. One window is right next to chair so you see half and the passenger behind you sees the other half. The second window is very far up but can be viewed if you lean forward. None of the windows have shades to pull down. The trays are locked into the chairs so instead there are smaller trays that come out of the right arm rest. They are slightly smaller and closer to you as a result. These seats are also right on the wing which results in less turbulence. Rows 12 and 13 are probably the best seats in economy class; with row 12 being slightly better since there is more room behind you allowing you to recline all the way without bothering the people behind you.
Being a regional aircraft all seats aft of Delta Comfort are cramped. This seat has a misaligned window which you would have to lean forward to look directly out of. Its nit a horrible seat but unless a stick figure is sitting next to you, spring for a Delta Comfort or First Class seat on this specific aircraft.
This seat represents a serious safety hazard for the occupant. Due to Skywest's effort to provide 1st Class seating, the aisle ends up coming straight in to 15B. This comfort seat's extra legroom exists in the aisle itself and forces the passenger to scrunch their legs back and to the side to allow traffic in the aisle. Further, turbulence could easily result in an in-use beverage cart to role into the passenger in the seat. The FAA should not have approved the configuration. Do not pay extra or be assigned this bad seat.
Seat 9A was a great comfort+ seat. Sure, leg room may be tight, but it's a regional jet so there's no reason to think it would have extensive leg room. This seat had great head side window alignment. This flight was operated by N924XJ, an Endeavor Air CRJ900.
No recline, but the person in front leans back into your lap. Incredibly stiff and uncomfortable, and the "head rest" pushes your neck forward at an excruciating angle.
One of the most uncomfortable seats I've ever flown in. Stiff, no recline, if the passenger in front reclines you cannot use your lap tray with a cell phone, let alone a laptop or to enjoy the snacks. Tiny seat. People with back issues should avoid this seat like the plague
The foot space under the seat in front of your is interrupted by the seat support of row 2. It is enough room for your feet but not for any other baggage. Depending on both your carry-on, and your neighbor, you may be able to share a bit of the space to the right of the support. There was an outlet between the seats.
If your Delta seat map shows Comfort+ from rows 5 thru 9, you are flying one of the rehabbed CRJ-900 (9E). Comfort+ has small cube under seat with power connections.