Seat Map Delta Airlines Airbus A320 200 (320/32R)

Seat map for Delta Airlines Airbus A320 200 (320/32R)

Seating details

Class Pitch Width Seats
First Class 36 21 12
Economy Class 30-32 17.2 120
Economy Comfort 34 17.2 18

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Image gallery for Delta Airlines Airbus A320 200 (320/32R)
Overall rating
3 of 5 based on 8 user ratings

Reviews

2013-10-01
3 of 5
27 Helpful votes
Seat 5A
From New York-La Guardia (LGA)
To Minneapolis-Minneapolis - St. Paul Intl (MSP)

This is part of the Delta Economy Comfort - i.e. you pay more to get a seat with SLIGHTLY more leg room. In my case, $29 - a waste. You also get early boarding, but that's a joke because half the passengers have earned this via a variety of methods. Overhead luggage compartments are supposed to be for the folks paying extra for these seats, but there is NO control of this by staff. Width of this seat (and likely every other) is a JOKE. I was seated next to an equally normal size man, both of us at least 6 feet tall, and we could not sit side by side without shoulders rubbing. Pathetic. If hotels operated so poorly, they would never get away with it.

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2010-05-12
3 of 5
13 Helpful votes
Seat 1B
From KMKE
To KDTW

I have to say, I flew on the 320 again and was not nearly as impressed as I was the first time. The aircraft seemed much older and much more run down than the previous aircraft I flew on; the seats being much more reminiscent of those on a 319 or DC9-50 than those of the other 320 config. Even though there are still 16 seats in F class, they are not nearly as nice as those of the other 320 variant.

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2010-01-02
3.5 of 5
14 Helpful votes
Seat 2D
From KMSP
To KMKE
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This airplane is very nice, and with the new delta interiors it make for a very pleasant 45 minute flight. Also, the fact the tray tables are in the armrests in first class seems to create quite a bit more room.

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2013-05-12
2 of 5
19 Helpful votes
Seat #NA
From Indianapolis, IN-Indianapolis International (IND)
To Atlanta, GA-Hartsfield-jackson Atlanta International (ATL)

Was in F. The F product on the plane is rubbish. In F you don't expect the seatback of the seat in front of you to be in your knees when the person in front of you reclines. Avoid the A320 F cabin if you are tall. Worst of the DL jets.

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2011-06-14
4.5 of 5
17 Helpful votes
Seat 1A
From Fort Myers-Southwest Florida Reg(RSW)
To Detroit, MI-Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County(DTW)

(6-13-11) This was a wonderful flight from RSW to DTW. I wa lucky enough to get upgraded, and experenced the perks of first class. Sadly, this plane does not have any TVs, but do feature Wi-Fi. There was no meal served, but all you can eat refreshments on this flight. A320 (N370NW)Built: 1999.

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2014-06-13
3 of 5
16 Helpful votes
Seat 25D
From Austin-Austin-bergstrom International (AUS)
To Portland, OR-Portland International(PDX)

Flew a Delta A320 airbus. Feels slightly less roomy than a 737-400. Seat cushion was fair in comfort. Ample leg room but not much on shoulder room with the guy next to me. I'm 5'9" and constantly moved in my seat to get comfortable. That's economy class for you.

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2010-04-28
3.5 of 5
18 Helpful votes
Seat 12C
From Memphis
To Seattle

Flew on the A320 on 4/11/10. Flight was full, so no exit row seat, but legroom still wasn't too bad. Service was alright also.

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2010-10-11
4 of 5
15 Helpful votes
Seat 6F
From Memphis-Memphis International(MEM)
To Washington, DC-Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport(DCA)
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