Delta Air Lines

Boeing 757-200

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First
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B
C
D
1
2
3
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7
Economy
A
B
C
D
E
F
18
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Comments

The large Boeing 757-200 plane was previously used by Song Airlines, Delta's low-cost division that is now defunct. Delta reconfigured the plane into two classes of service and kept the Satellite TV, MP3 player and games at every seat.

Delta configured the First Class cabin with seven rows in First Class, when other airlines usually install only six rows. Even with the new seats, the pitch in this First Class area feels quite tight, especially when the seat in front of you goes into full recline. Perhaps this is due to the new seats having a thicker design, rather than a reduced pitch.

Note that there is entertainment equipment installed under all middle seats, taking away valuable legroom.

Legend

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Cabin # Seats Pitch Width
First 26 37-38" 20.75"
Economy Comfort 26 33" 17"
Economy 158 31-32" 17"