Delta Air Lines

Boeing 777-200ER

Business
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Economy
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Comments

The Boeing 777-200 is Delta's largest plane and the first with lie-flat sleeper suites in Business Elite. Each suite has direct aisle access and reclines into a lie-flat sleeper that is 76 inches long.

The BusinessElite cabin is in a herringbone layout with the suites angled about 45 degrees away from the direction of travel, making it difficult to see out the window. Note that the seating layout is not optimal for passengers traveling together. Consecutive rows are separated by high partitions between rows and suites across the aisle are too far apart for quiet conversations.

All of Delta's Boeing 777-200s have been reconfigured with the new Economy Comfort rows, rows 31-34. These seats require an additional fee to book, though that fee is waived/reduced for elite members of Delta's frequent flyer program. Be aware that due to the increased recline offered in Economy Comfort, seats in row 35 are potentially poor choices.

AVOD Audio Video On Demand is available in all seats, as well as power ports for personal electronics.

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Cabin # Seats Pitch Width
BusinessElite 45 44" 23.5"
- Notes: 76-inch bed
Economy 248 31-32" 18.2"