Airplane McDonnell Douglas Douglas MD88 (M88) Delta Air Lines with 3 classes and 149 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
My wife and I occupied these seats and found them to be comfortable with ample leg room and the ability to recline. The arm rest divider is fixed but it was not an impediment in any way. Our flight(s) totaled about 4 hours and the seats were comfortable for the entire time.
Plenty of legroom available, but since the tray are in the armrests, the seats might feel uncomfortable after a while. You have the furst class seats ahead of you, and a clear view down thr aisle, akd into the cockpit
The seat has a plug in, but could not connect to gogo inflight after paying for pass. Spent entire time in chat with gogo troubleshooting by signing in and out and new tabs,etc. Finally said the technology on this aircraft is getting too old. Won't stream and slow to load pages. So credited me. So..Wi-Fi wont stream and bare...
I am a 5'4" small person. My knees were touching the seat pocket of the seat in front of me. My 14"-wide roll-on bag would not fit under the seat.
The spacing between rows 13 and 14 was visibly less than the spacing between rows 10-11, 11-12, and 12-13; while row 14 is designated (and priced) as Comfort+, there is little to no more legroom than standard economy. If you're paying (dollars or miles) for Comfort+, avoid row 14.
I read all the comments before my flight, and this plane was in fine shape. Seat 20E was 17" wide at least, maybe 17.5. I'm 5' 10" and I had about 3" of knee space, no worries. "Loud plane?" Not from where I sat, it was actually one the quietest flights I've had recently! I sat in 29E on the return trip, DSM-ATL, and ditto,...
17D and 17E have less than normal legroom for main cabin seating
Surprised to be an MD-88. My first thought was, they are still flying these crates? As a small person I didn't feel cramped by the engine noise was extreme even with earbuds. Decent movie selection via the app. FA was solicitous in getting me hot tea with milk as there was only coffee and water served. Ridiculous boarding proce...
This seat has a short seatbelt
This seat has a short seatbelt.
This is the smallest seat, with the least amount of legroom that I have ever flown on. The legroom was so cramped that I had to yank my carryon through the row just to get it to the seat. None of us in the row could use armrest because the seats are so narrow we needed the extra space. Horrible experience, I will avoid this airc...
Seat was comfortable. Flight staff were excellent
This seat at the front was very comfortable and roomy! You are close to the galley and lavatory activity and can sometimes hear the auto-pilot call out to the pilots. I was not bothered by any of this but it could prove bothersome to other travelers.
Inconsistent sizing on 2C's seat belt. Could not find any difference in jet version/generation, but flight from DAY to ATL, 2C's belt was a full 6 inches shorter than 2D, and I had to request an extender. For ATL to DAY, they were the same length. Unsure if this is due to previous belt damage, improper replacement, or what, but...
It's not just row 1, all first class seats have tray tables in the arms rather than on the seatback in front of you. As a person of some girth (5'10", 300 lbs), I was still able to use my tray comfortably, but YMMV.
Flew this seat from ATL to BWI. Plenty of space, although the space under the seat in front of me was lacking. Good legroom, AC power. Plane is getting a little long in the tooth, though the interior has been recently refitted.
13C does have power and plenty of legroom. The seatmap doesn't show power, but it definitely had it. Great Comfort Plus seat.
Rows 10, 11,and 12 are extra-cost, extra-legroom. Rows 13 and 14 are extra-cost BUT NO extra-legroom. Nothing but argument from the Delta customer service representative. The on-board flight attendant said "MD88s dont have that many extra-legroom seats...most people buy these seats for the extra liquor." My flight was at 10A...
typical airplane seat. one caveat though - there is ac power, but i used it with my ipad mini 2 and it drained the battery. so keep that in mind if you have a similar device. that aside, its a pretty good comfort seat. id buy for sure.
26F is slightly narrower than an average seat. The seat has a full separation under the armrest, but more importantly the seatbealt is shorter which may cause an issue for customers of size.
|first||37||19.6||1 - 4||16|
|delta comfort+||34||16.79||10 - 14||25|
|economy||31 - 33||16.79||15 - 36||108|