Seat Map Delta Air Lines Boeing B767 300ER (76Z V1)

Seat map for Delta Air Lines Boeing B767 300ER (76Z V1)

Seating details

Class Pitch Width Seats
Business Elite 77-81" 21" 26
Economy Comfort 35" 17.9" 29
Economy Class 31-32" 17.9" 171

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4 of 5 based on 15 user ratings

Reviews

2019-10-21
4 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat D
From AMS
To TPA
Seems a little old, worn and tired for an international route bird in the DL fleet, especially as compared to the more modern and luxurious offerings from Virgin Atlantic and some of the newer planes in the DL fleet. Still it was fine for this 10.5 hour routing. The service and meals were very good as one would expect on a DL flight. The legroom on this lay flat seat was fine for me at 5'-10" but the width was a little tight. It was a day flight so no mattress pad but duvet and pillow were very nice. The seat area was very outdated with nearly zero storage besides small mesh pouches. Headphone port, power and USB in good upper location right over your shoulder. Fold out tray sufficient in size and adjustment. The screen was small by current standards and is fixed so no swing out movement just pivot on horizontal axis. Not very bright but fine for movies. The touch screen interface rough and to use you really need the handheld wired remote. Needing this remote to select items not very fun if you are laying down and have to fumble with opening up the covered storage area. Remote not backlit very well so I found myself turning on reading light to see the button layout.

One would hope for a seat refresh soon as it was marketed as a DL One flight but the hard product fell short. With such an extensive fleet I am sure there is a long line for updates.

With all that said I enjoyed the flight. Service was great and that goes a long way despite the seat shortcomings.
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2019-09-19
5 of 5
1 Helpful votes
Seat 21F
From Seattle, WA - Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA)
To Amsterdam - Amsterdam-Schiphol (AMS)
I wavered between 21F and 21G, I didnt want to bother my neigbor going to the bathroom so ended up in 21F. As it turned out there would have been enough room to step across him without disturbing him. The legroom was fantastic, it had a full economy recline, the person in front had limited recline and the proximity to the bathroom did not cause issue at all. Like others have stated before the exit row seats are hard ,but, I brought a pillow so was not an issue for me. The only minor issue was the tray table was small so took some navigating with food and drinks. Overall row 21 are the best economy seats on the plane in my opinion.
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2014-08-29
4 of 5
22 Helpful votes
Seat 3A
From Atlanta GA
To Brussels Belgium
Roomy Delta business elite class cabin. Overhead storage isn't as much as you'd think. Center overheads are sorta small, so all larger carry-ons vie for side storage. Lay-flat seats are ok, not overly comfy, and my seat next to the window didn't allow me to lie on my side with my legs bent. Entertainment controls, etc. are good. Fold-away table is good. If traveling alone, I recommend the side odd-numbered seats which give you a little more privacy. Wouldn't recommend row 1 if you mind facing a bulkhead for your long-haul flight. A great flight in DL business class. Meals and service were terrific. Non-stop attention.
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2015-07-01
3.5 of 5
2 Helpful votes
Seat #NA
From JFK
To Athens-Eleftherios Venizelos (ATH)
Regrettably a mediocre flying experience.
All passengers board through business class.
There is no privacy in the center seats, no storage. One has to keep alert not to get their rightful armrest side confused. Small food service table.
Seat egress from the aisle very tight. Overhead bins for center seats tight with window seat bins slightly larger.
Service was impeccable throughout, being the only positive to the dried out appetizers and main meals. Breakfast was good.
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2017-10-07
3 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat 14E
From Newark
To Amsterdam
Seat was Comfort Economy but seat pitch is tight and I am regular body build. The alley is so tight that each time the food service cart is moved around, with bottle holders hanging on the side, I get bumped. This particular flight was very cold this side of the seating row.
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2014-07-26
4.5 of 5
19 Helpful votes
Seat 13G
From New York-John F Kennedy Intl (JFK)
To Prague-Prague - Ruzyne International (PRG)
Good leg room. Plenty of space. I am 5-11 and was able to
Fully stretch my legs. The AVOD screen is a touch far and unlike the rest of the cabin your USB is below the seat. But you also have a 110 V outlet.
The seat is comfortable.
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2016-12-31
3.5 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat 23F
From London - London Heathrow (LHR)
To New York - John F Kennedy Intl (JFK)
Reasonable location, legroom only adequate. My major gripe is the seats are too hard for long distance.
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2013-07-25
4.5 of 5
21 Helpful votes
Seat 6c
From New York-John F Kennedy Intl(JFK)
To Los Angeles-Los Angeles International(LAX)
Business Elite seat, lie flat seat, fantastic for cross country flight.
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