Seat Map Delta Air Lines Airbus A330 200 (332)

Seat map for Delta Air Lines Airbus A330 200 (332)

Seating details

Class Pitch Width Seats
Delta One 80" 21" 34
Economy Comfort 35" 18" 32
Economy Class 31-32" 18" 168

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Overall rating  
4.5 of 5 based on 2 user ratings

Reviews

2018-11-23
5 of 5

1 Helpful votes
1 Reviews
Seat 4J
From Detroit, MI - Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County (DTW)
To London - London Heathrow (LHR)
Perfect Seat! This is a forward, single/window seat, perfect for travelling alone. If you are travelling with another individual I would suggest the C-G seats. Additionally; sitting on the "J" side of the cabin there is relatively no foot traffic and consequently little to no disturbances. The "A" side of the cabin seems to have much more F/A traffic. The seats are extremely comfortable in the upright position for reading, eating, and using IFE. For me persoanlly, it took some getting use to the slight angle of the seat vs, sitting straight forward. While the seat initially felt a little narrow; once settled in it was most comfortable. I am almost 6'2" and had plenty of comfortable legroom. Beverage and meal service was excellent as well. Without a doubt the best meal I have ever had, on any airline! (I chose the pan fried chicken) Shortly ater dinner I recined the seat to 'flat bed' and found it to be very comfortable -- immediately fell asleep (very unusual for me) and had a very restful sleep. I had requested the F/A to awaken me for breakfast -- had some coffee and your typical A Class omlet. Just so-so -- hence the 4 star rating on Food/Drink. Overall service was definitely 5 star *****. Landed a few minutes early but had to wait for a gate (typical at LHR). Really loved the "Express Card" to get thru Customs!!!
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2019-04-23
4.5 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat 22C
From Atlanta, GA - Hartsfield-jackson Atlanta International (ATL)
To London - London Heathrow (LHR)
I am so grateful I didn't change this seat after I cancelled my infant son's ticket. He was going to travel in the skycot which is accommodated by this particular row. I decided to keep the seat, not knowing much about it, though some review sites say that this class of seat may not have enough legroom. Well, I'm not sure where anyone got that idea from, because it's got LOADS of legroom. You WANT THIS ROW. It's an exit row without being the exit row helper. Each seat has its own TV (which is also something I was sure it didn't have from YouTube videos) and its own pull out stowed tray. It's really a wonderful seat. Also, the seat slides forward when reclining, so it's really a nice recline. I would definitely sit here again.
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2018-06-17
4.5 of 5
6 Helpful votes
Seat 11B
From Atlanta, GA - Hartsfield-jackson Atlanta International (ATL)
To London - London Heathrow (LHR)
This is a great seat. Loading right behind Delta One, the boarding is relatively quick. Sky Priority comes with the seat. The leg room was generous. I'm 5'10" and had plenty of room for my knees. I could almost cross my legs. And being so far forward with the lavatory in the rear means there was almost no one walking past you to disturb your sleep. Seat width was the same as main cabin. Recline was better than main cabin economy.
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2017-05-30
4.5 of 5
3 Helpful votes
Seat 10F
From Amsterdam - Amsterdam-Schiphol (AMS)
To Detroit, MI - Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County (DTW)
good seat, legroom perfect
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