Seat Map Delta Air Lines Boeing B757 200 (757)

Seat map for Delta Air Lines Boeing B757 200 (757)

Seating details

Class Pitch Width Seats
First 37-38 21 24
Economy 31-33 17.2 136
Economy Comfort 34-35 17.2 20

General presentation

There are a total of 121 B757-200s in Delta’s fleet, 77 of which are owned by Delta, and 44 of which are on lease. 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 528mph, a range of 2620 miles and a capacity of 183 passengers. There is a video facility on this plane.
Delta provide EmPower power ports on B777, B737-800, and B767-400 aircraft in BusinessElite and all classes of service. Adaptors are necessary and can be bought on international flights to Europe, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, India, and Japan.
In BusinessElite class, there are no middle seats which means more personal space. The ergonomic seats have a 60” pitch and recline 160º. The have personal telephones, individual reading lights and a wide variety of entertainment.

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Overall rating  
3.5 of 5 based on 15 user ratings

Reviews

2009-06-22
3.5 of 5

409 Helpful votes
23 Reviews
Seat 6A
From Orlando
To Hartford
For Delta, this airplane is a let-down. While the trans-continental/oceanic configuration is quite nice, this airplane in first class feels especially tight due to the increased depth of the seats (after the revamping of the interiors). Row 6 is missing a window (on the A/B side), so the view was impaired. The service however, was nice and the flight attendants attentive. Although the seat is quite comfortable, the pitch is insufficient for a first class product and accessing the aisle from the window seat is quite hard, especially when the seat in front goes into full recline. However, this was still nicer than many of the other US airlines domestic first class products.
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2008-03-26
3.5 of 5

264 Helpful votes
16 Reviews
Seat 1C
From
To
Photos
Boeing 757's in Delta's fleet have changed its configuration throughout the years, the actual configuration gives the passengers' cabin a peaceful and modern feel. I've never liked the service that airlines in the US give to their passengers, but Delta's is the best of them. This business class is just one more, nothing special in it.
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2009-07-16
3.5 of 5

409 Helpful votes
23 Reviews
Seat 3A
From Orlando
To Atlanta
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While these seats are very nice and comfortable for the short 1 hour flight from Orlando to Atlanta (and certainly better than coach), they would not be good for transcons because the leg room is less than that of the rest of the fleet.
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2014-11-12
3.5 of 5
17 Helpful votes
Seat 3A
From Washington, DC-Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
To Atlanta, GA-Hartsfield-jackson Atlanta International (ATL)
The seat was comfortable and roomy. The window visibility was good. I was disappointed in that there was no power points to recharge electrical devices (iPhone, iPad). The on board entertainment was very outdated - - a ceiling mounted TV screen in the aisle. The aircraft was clean and the flight attendants were good. Even with the drawbacks, I would fly this aircraft again.
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2019-02-06
5 of 5
1 Helpful votes
Seat 1C
From Huntsville, AL - Huntsville International - Carl T. Jones Field (HSV)
To San Juan - Luis Munoz Marin Intl (SJU)
This is bulkhead, and yes, you can see the FA working, but it was roomy and comfortable. Lots of leg room and plenty of room overhead. Entertainment screens were easy to see as well. We got special meals as well - low fat/low carb - and they were quite good. Chicken breast, ceasar salad, couscous and chickpeas, squash with kale, and then fruit (blueberry, strawberry and pineapple).
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2010-04-27
3.5 of 5
17 Helpful votes
Seat 23C
From Raleigh/Durham
To Atlanta
Flew RDU-ATL on 8/30/09, and had to rebook from a flight on the MD-88, due to bad weather. Flight was jammed packed, but luckily I managed to still get an aisle. Flight attendants took good care of us, and I made it down to ATL with over 1.5 hours to spare until my connecting flight.
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2011-04-17
4.5 of 5
16 Helpful votes
Seat 42A
From New York-John F Kennedy Intl(JFK)
To Las Vegas
Very Nice seats, But the person in 41B was VERY annoying so I Yelled that we were i Illinois but then she "Glad you know where you are" and I was upset. But I made a video and it Looked like i was on a 747 instead of 757.
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2011-06-10
3.5 of 5
22 Helpful votes
Seat 20E
From Fort Myers-Southwest Florida Reg(RSW)
To Detroit, MI-Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County(DTW)
This plane is nice, but I prefer the 5500 series better. The TVs are old, the seats are a bit warn, and he entire plane needs tome work. If you fly on this plane, get a set between 1 and 25. Overall, it is a nice plane.
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2011-07-22
3.5 of 5
23 Helpful votes
Seat 1A
From New York-John F Kennedy Intl(JFK)
To Salt Lake City, UT-Salt Lake City International(SLC)
Comfy seats with ample legroom. The service was efficient and the food was decent. The lack of PTV's was disappointing. For a domestic flight, Delta offers one of the best products.
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