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9 Helpful votes
The new "Flagship" for Delta, the Airbus A350-900, was not designed very well, in my opinion. First, I was lucky enough to be in the Delta One cabin. Well, lucky until light and entertainment power went out in the entire D1 cabin. For 2 hours! But at least I didn't have to wait exorbitant amounts of time in the back waiting for one of the few lavatories. Up front, the space leading from the Delta One cabin to the fore galley is tiny, one person can barely squeeze through. But all is not lost, at least up front. This bird has the full Delta One suites installed, and I have to give credit here. Very nice and private. Even with the suite door open it still seems more private than regular business class. Love the suites, don't much care for the plane.
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13 Helpful votes
Mid point of last section of main cabin. Seat had a lot of adjustments- headrest and recline. Legroom fine when sitting but tough to have space to stand. Definitely don’t want row 40 as it was where everyone queued up for the head.
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4 Helpful votes
Lots of leg room. Only problem is you have a few people wanting to use it as a walkway to get from one side of the plane to the other. Still it didn’t bother me and would sit there again.
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0 Helpful votes
Not a bad seat, enough room to stretch your legs and shoulders.
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