Seat Map Delta Airlines Boeing B737 800 (738)

Seat map for Delta Airlines Boeing B737 800 (738)

Seating details

Class Pitch Width Seats
First 38 20.5 16
Economy 31-32 17.2 126
Economy Comfort 34 17.2 18

General presentation

There are a total of 71 B737´s in Delta’s fleet, all of which are owned by Delta. These planes are generally used for short to medium-haul flights although they may sometimes be used for longer flights. This plane has a cruise speed of 531mph, a range of 2789 miles and a capacity of 150 passengers. There is a video facility on this plane.
Delta provide EmPower power ports on B777, B737-800, and B767-400 in Business Elite and all classes of service. Adaptors are necessary and can be bought on international flights to Europe, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, India, and Japan.

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Overall rating
4 of 5 based on 12 user ratings

Reviews

2008-03-27
3.5 of 5

233 Helpful votes
16 Reviews
Seat #NA
From
To

This safety video will be played in every Delta flight starting on April. But before it is played on any flight it is already famous on the web. Some people call Katherine Lee (the blond flight attendant) "Deltalina", because they found her alike to Angelina Jolie, but to my taste she is not as sexy as much people say. Well... watch at the video.

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2009-06-22
3.5 of 5

357 Helpful votes
23 Reviews
Seat 3D
From Boston
To Orlando

A very nice flight overall. Delta's domestic first class product outranks just about every other US domestic first class product in my mind. The seat was very comfortable, and both recine and pitch were adequate. Although the recline was good and pitch sufficient, if the seat in front of you goes into full recline, it is difficult to access the aisle from the window. It was nice having the AVOD in every seat though, especially for a longer domestic flight. Both the meal and seat together made for a good flying experience.

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2013-03-28
3.5 of 5
14 Helpful votes
Seat 26A
From 1454
To Atlanta, GA-Hartsfield-jackson Atlanta International (ATL)

Flight was delayed almost 30 minutes which was kind of crappy. I was traveling with family so luckily we all occupied the same row. I had the window seat and the width left a bit more to be desired. However, the service more than made up for it. Flight attendants were very attentive and personable. Pilot did an excellent job landing in the middle of a thunder and lightning storm. Also the cabin was a decent temperature.

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2010-04-28
4.5 of 5
17 Helpful votes
Seat 18D
From Seattle
To New York-JFK

Flew on this aircraft on 4/3/10. Selected 18D at check-in. Was pretty disapointed about the lack of AVOD, but I paid for the GoGo wifi, which more than made up for it. Legroom was excellent. I was able to put my laptop case under 17D, and still fully stretch my legs. Also, the middle seat was open, which made for an even more comfortable transcon flight. Service was pretty good as well.

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2015-04-24
4 of 5
15 Helpful votes
Seat 11A
From New York-John F Kennedy Intl(JFK)
To San Juan-Luis Munoz Marin Intl(SJU)

Upgraded to the extra comfort seats and happy to report that I loved the extra legroom and being able to board right after business class. I would book these seats again with no questions. Row 10 had more leg room but any bags could not be put in front of you so I loved row 11.

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2014-04-29
4 of 5
17 Helpful votes
Seat 4A
From Portland, OR-Portland International (PDX)
To Fort Lauderdale, FL-Fort Lauderdale/hollywood International (FLL)

Flight left the gate and had to return due to a passenger getting off the plane. This was the first time flying first class and I was a little disappointed at the leg room. I expected more for the price. When the person in front of you reclines their seat then it gets more crowded.

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2011-11-26
3 of 5
15 Helpful votes
Seat 10F
From New York-John F Kennedy Intl(JFK)
To Las Vegas-Mc Carran Intl(LAS)

The problem with the whole 10th row a-f is that 1)the seat doesn't recline AT ALL. and 2) there is tables that come out in between sests so that means there is a big thing in between each seat.

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2015-01-03
4.5 of 5
17 Helpful votes
Seat 11E
From Los Angeles-Los Angeles International (LAX)
To Cancun-Cancún International (CUN)

My kids and I sat in 11 D, E, and F. Flight was good and the seat moves forward as the seat rest reclines which was very nice.

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