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Delta Air Lines A333 Business class experience question

Delta Air Lines A333 Business class experience question

Old Nov 22, 10, 7:22 pm
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How is the J Bulkhead on the A330-300?

Hi, I did a search on the forums and found this old thread about the A330-300

My question is:
I have an upcoming R/T MSP-AMS TATL in J on the A333 this summer.

Seatguru.com shows the bulkhead row has a lot of extra legroom on this equip. Can anyone verify this for me?


I'm hoping for a close to the great experience I had flying J TPAC on the 744 upper deck in the favorite 73A
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Old Nov 22, 10, 8:52 pm
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The first row on the 330 doesn't have the miles of extra room compared to the upstairs in the 747, but there is still extra room. I sat in 1A on the A330-300 recently and there is plenty of room to get out of the seat and to the aisle without disturbing the person next to you even while they are fully reclined.
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Old Nov 22, 10, 10:14 pm
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I'm unusual in preferring the A330 on DL compared to AF. I do like the shell on AF for privacy however.

That said, the service on DL as pointed out above is quite good. If you're on the late night MSP - AMS flight, the "lighter option" of beef/shrimp is quite good. I had it BOG - JFK a few weeks ago and found it quite good.

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Old Nov 23, 10, 1:38 am
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Originally Posted by rylan View Post
The first row on the 330 doesn't have the miles of extra room compared to the upstairs in the 747, but there is still extra room. I sat in 1A on the A330-300 recently and there is plenty of room to get out of the seat and to the aisle without disturbing the person next to you even while they are fully reclined.
1A or 1J is the way to go.
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Old Nov 23, 10, 2:17 am
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Originally Posted by discstickers View Post
1A or 1J is the way to go.
I did another video review aboard the 333 in seat 1A. I agree, this or 1J probably the best in this cabin.
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Old Nov 24, 10, 1:11 am
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I like the 333 but their overhead bins are smaller than 763 in my opinion but the seats are more comfortable. When it comes to Delta's international line up (that i have flown recently) in J:

77L > 764 > 333 > 763
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Old Nov 24, 10, 1:17 am
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Any significant differences between the BE cabin on the A333 and the A332?
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