Delta Air Lines Bombardier CRJ 200 (ExpresJet) seat review by Caleb Ferrugio #26636

2.5 of 5
ToSalt Lake City, UT-Salt Lake City International(SLC)
Detailed ratings
Legroom3 of 5
Seat width3 of 5
Seat recline2 of 5
Entertainment1 of 5
Food & drink3 of 5
Service4 of 5
I am not a fan of this commuter jet, despite its quiet operation. At 6'1", sitting in a window seat was uncomfortable due to the curvature of the cabin. Taller passengers might want to consider an aisle seat for maximum comfort. As others have noted, row 7 in front of the emergency exit does not recline. And there isn't any advantage to choosing the emergency row if you're looking for extra legroom, as it's the same pitch as the other seats. The lavatory on this plane is smaller than a phone booth--assuming you still remember what those were!--and the curvature of the cabin puts your face against the wall immediately after opening the door to enter. Also, for some annoying reason known only to the Delta operations folks, the flights operated by Skywest seldom let you make a seat selection prior to checkin.
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