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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15 Helpful votes
Upgraded to economy comfort so I could get off the plane faster and make my connection. There didn't seem to be that much more legroom but if regular coach is worse I don't want to be back there.
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Very disappointed in first class. No recline, no foot rest, and the seats are just a little wider. No comfort at all. We booked first class based on pictures showing recline seats. What a waste of money! Never again!!
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16 Helpful votes
First class on this aircraft is less than desirable. While I would agree that Economy Comfort may provide more legroom, I enjoyed the first class service. Delta always does a good job!
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14 Helpful votes
For a non-preferred/exit row seat, still pretty decent, with about 33" of legroom. DL has done a good thing by putting seatback televisions at every seat.
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