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2017-05-25
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We chose row 44 A & C because these are at the rear and the seats are in pairs instead of threes (A,B,C). I found that the winged headrest on my seat was damaged and did not fold forward properly. Obviously nothing could be done at the time but crew were informed. The IFE was selection in both English & French was good, however my partner's screen (44a) was badly scratched and not 'touch' receptive.…

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Seat 44c
From Paris - Orly (ORY)
To St Denis de la Reunion - Gillot (RUN)
2017-05-22
Rating

As stated in an earlier review, the seat itself is fine but the pitch leaves a lot to be desired. The front cabin lavatory also ought to be reserved for First Class and Economy Comfort passengers and this should be enforced strictly. There were people traipsing up and down the aisle to use the front lavatory all throughout the flight. The food was decent (nothing spectacular) but I was not expecting Michelin-star quality aboard. The…

More reviews for Delta Airlines Airbus A319 (31J)
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Seat 3A
From Minneapolis - Minneapolis - St. Paul Intl (MSP)
To Santa Ana, CA - John Wayne (SNA)
2017-05-22
Rating

The seat itself is comfortable. That said, the pitch could be improved. If the seats in front are reclined, it is difficult to get up from the window seat and use the lavatory since the middle mini tray table gets in the way. Also, the onboard offering was, to me, lacking a bit. For an hour and a half flight especially one departing at 0650 a small snack plate (croissants/muffins/cheese) would have been most welcome.

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Seat 3D
From Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
To Minneapolis - Minneapolis - St. Paul Intl (MSP)

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