Seat Map Delta Air Lines Boeing B767 300 (76Q-76P)

Seat map for Delta Air Lines Boeing B767 300 (76Q-76P)

Seating details

Class Pitch Width Seats
First Class 37-38" 18.5" 30
Economy Comfort 34" 17.9" 28
Economy Class 31-32" 17.9" 203

General presentation

There are a total of 28 B767-300s in Delta’s fleet, 4 of which are owned by Delta and 24 of which are on lease. These dual aisle planes are generally used for long-haul and trans-oceanic flights. This plane has a cruise speed of 535mph, a range of 3740miles and a capacity of 252 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 39 user ratings

Reviews

2012-11-20
3.5 of 5
25 Helpful votes
Seat 3F
From Caracas-Simon Bolivar International Airport(CCS)
To Atlanta, GA-Hartsfield-jackson Atlanta International(ATL)
The seats on the old style 767 were a huge disappointment. The placement of the magazine pocket meant that it jutted straight into my legs. During the flight, I went back to the Economy Plus cabin to speak to a friend and found that the leg room was equal to or superior to that in business class with the intrusive magazine pouch. I wouldn't bother with the business/first product on the older 767 in the future and would buy the upgrade to Economy Plus instead. The new intercontinental service with the lie-flat seats, however, was excellent.
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2013-02-12
3 of 5
21 Helpful votes
Seat 4A
From Salt Lake City, UT-Salt Lake City I
To Honolulu-Honolulu International (HN
The seating configuration in the first class cabin is substandard for first class. There is no leg rest; the last row doesn't recline. It was crowded and not comfortable for 6 hours. Some of the Economy Comfort seats looked more comfortable. The flight attendant told me that had I flown a few days earlier, I would have been on a much nicer 767...that's not fun to hear. So, if you're lucky and get on the right aircraft on the right day, you're golden...and for the same price, if you aren't so lucky...well, too bad for you.
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2015-01-01
2.5 of 5
18 Helpful votes
Seat 5E
From Los Angeles-Los Angeles International(LAX)
To Atlanta, GA-Hartsfield-jackson Atlanta International (ATL)
Flew first class. What a disappointment. I wanted to fly first class because I need the leg room. I get a lot of anxiety and pain if I can't stretch my legs. Well, the FC seats this particular B737 were barely larger than economy comfort. In the future on the same route and plane, I will book economy comfort. Also, the 5e and f seats don't have full reclining because of the partition behind the seats.
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2012-06-30
5 of 5
22 Helpful votes
Seat 12A
From Los Angeles-Los Angeles International(LAX)
To Detroit, MI-Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County(DTW)
SEAT 12A DOES NOT HAVE A WINDOW! IFE was excellent. The only way to see out a window was to recline and look out the window for the seat behind you. I would not recommend this seat if you are looking for a seat with a good view. If you are looking for an economy comfort seat with a good view, go with 10A, 10G, 11A, or 11G.
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2014-06-19
4 of 5
18 Helpful votes
Seat 12A
From Atlanta, GA-Hartsfield-jackson Atlanta International (ATL)
To Seattle, WA-Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA)
Husband and I had seats 12A and 12B. Legroom was more than ample for his 6'2" frame. Usually the seat in front hits his knees, but he was comfortable on this flight. Had no free in-flight movie. Do not get this seat if you like to look out the window, for 12A does not have one! We enjoyed the flight.
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2011-06-10
3.5 of 5
16 Helpful votes
Seat 10D
From Los Angeles-Los Angeles International(LAX)
To Detroit, MI-Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County(DTW)
The 767 is a nice, spaced out airplane fiied with personal TVs at every seat. Sadly, the system would shut off every 30 min. or so, and re-booting itself. Overall, this plane is very nice with the new Delta seats, but could use the new cabin style seen on the Delta 767-400 and 777-200. Anyways, keep up the good work Delta!
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2013-03-17
3 of 5
18 Helpful votes
Seat 4C
From Atlanta, GA-Hartsfield-jackson Atlanta International(ATL)
To San Diego-San Diego International Airport(SAN)
Terrible first class product. The seating is barely better than economy comfort. If you are wanting a comfortable domestic first class experience, pick a 757 or 738. Look at the width. You are going from 7 across in coach to 6 across in first. On the 757 and 738 you go from 6 across to 4.
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2009-06-23
3.5 of 5

405 Helpful votes
23 Reviews
Seat 4G
From Orlando
To Atlanta
Even though the flight was short, the seat was quite nice! The pitch was greater than the rest of the Delta domestic fleet at 40". The seats that have been re-vamped with all leather are excellent because they offer a very nice recline with good padding as well as incorporating the new AVOD.
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2010-04-27
4.5 of 5
15 Helpful votes
Seat 26C
From Atlanta
To Seattle
Flew ATL-SEA on 8/30/09. Flight wasn't full, and middle seat was open, which made the flight more comfortable. 26 C/D/E probably has about 33-34" of legroom, if I had to guess. Every domestic 763 now has AVOD, which makes the flight go by so much faster. Service was great as well.
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2010-02-17
4 of 5
14 Helpful votes
Seat 3C
From Los Angeles-Los Angeles International(LAX)
To Honolulu-Honolulu International(HNL)
These aircraft are perfectly suited for a high density route, especially one like HNL. The first class cabin is small compared to the aircraft and with two flight attendants and excelled AVOD, the five and a half hours flew by
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