Airplane Embraer 175 (E75) v1 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||20||1 - 4||12|
|delta comfort+||34||18.25||5 - 7||12|
|economy||31||18.25||8 - 20||52|
Not really a fan of regional jets but being in this seat, on a half empty plane certainly helps. This is a great seat. I was fortunate not to have anyone in the neighboring seat but even if it were occupied, there is plenty of room to get in and out without disturbing anyone. This is a very good selection if you can get it - tons of legroom and the service from the 2 flight attendants on this 3 hour flight was excellent. Might change my thoughts about this aircraft
Have occupied this seat several times over the past few years. Nice having a single seat next to the window and still have aisle access. Seat is slightly narrower than found on DL's 737 & 757 first class but otherwise comfortable. As others have noted the overhead storage on the port side is limited in size and the space over 1A is usually filled with equipment.
Indeed, the window is misaligned - it's missing entirely, though you can kind of see out the window from 14A.
I'm usually not a fan of bulkhead seats, but this one had plenty of leg room! Also noises from the galley/bathroom were not an issue. I'd say this seat certainly isn't a yellow, maybe even green!
16A is a great seat for picture taking!!
Short flight from EUG to SEA in seat 1C. As far as the seat goes, it was quite comfy, but I don't like bulkhead seats due to no storage except overhead. Certainly more comfortable then CRJ types; it has good width and good leg room. I also didn't care that there was no window in front of the this aisle. Crew was great. I would definitely fly with Compass/Delta again. I much prefer the E-175 over the Q-400 Alaska flies on this route. Very enjoyable short flight.
I paid $15 for this seat at check in time thinking I would get more leg room or something. Nope. Don't waste your money. All it does is get you off the plane a little faster, which isn't that helpful since its a smaller plane anyways. No more legroom than any other seat on these jets.
Very comfortable and clean jet. Over wing but no issue to me. Nice that aircraft is configured two by two- no middle seat to deal with.
Best seat on this aircraft. Overhead bins on left side are very small like others said. I like the Embraer E175 much better than CRJ-900, it feels more roomy.
Relatively comfortable for short haul, meal service has improved and interior updates are good. 4A has two offset windows, so it is the only seat in first that puts you next to a wall unless you lean forward or recline to look out window. If you like a view..avoid this one. Also worth noting is that all overhead bins in first on the left hand side are so small, you would be lucky to store two cans of soup and a canopener in them :)
Delta moved us into adjoining seats...nice...not so nice- there is no window in this row!
In addition to my last comment I must add that the cabin is much more spacious than the crj, feels more like a mainline plane.
Row 8B has power and is a Delta comfort seat. Recline wasnt what I was expecting however the legroom was great. Limited access wifi for free.
No leg room. The seats are somewhat flexible, the guy sitting in front of me in 18C was a normal sized man and when he sat down, the seat flexed and I ended up with no room between my knees and the back of the seat.
This seat has power.
Seat 5B is terrible for two reasons. First, if you happen to be one of the first to board, other passengers bump into you with their luggage because the aisle makes a sharp bend right in front of you. Second, because of the sharp bend in the aisle, your feet are actually in the aisle, and unless you pull them back, your toes will be stepped on. So there is actually less foot room for this seat.
Great little commuter! First class passengers have a self-serve snack box in the front of the plane. This seat is pretty wide and I like the fact that it is the only seat in the row on the left side of the plane. Great seat and great plane to fly.
There is actually less legroom on this seat because of the bulkhead. There is "space" though
It appeared that the aircraft on 12/09/2016 was a newer version of the E-175. The interior looked fresh and there were a few subtle differences, particularly at the front of the plane. There is a closet in front of seats 1C and 1D. And there is a partition in front of 1A. The leg room was excellent and I did not feel any loss of space with the closet. On that side of the plane there is one window well aligned with 1D and there is a second window in front before you get to the closet. I also notoced, and part of why i think it is a newer plane, that the overhead icon lights for seat belts and no smoking also had a third light for the WiFi service. Compared to the CRJ series aircraft, the Embraer is hands down the better aircraft. If for no other reason than ALL the seats are wider.
Flew YXE-MSP. I was worried about sitting in the last row, however I found no real difference from any other economy seat other than you can recline without crushing the guy behind you.