FAQ: Delta Aircraft

Old Nov 9, 12, 2:04 am
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Exclamation Entertainment boxes in Y on the 764

Hello from DL 6 to JFK!

One note - "C" seats are the only one with absolutely no entertainment box under the seat in front of you. A, E, and G have the vertical box to the side and B, D, and F have the horizontal box that limits the height of the space in front if you.

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Old Nov 29, 12, 3:51 am
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All, I've added http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/delta...ce-update.html to the first post to help people in finding information.
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Old Jan 3, 13, 2:32 am
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All,

As of right now, I think all links/threads are working. Please let me know if I've missed something!

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Old Jan 13, 13, 2:02 pm
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757-200e - 752e

Hi everyone,

I waited to deplane today so I could get some 75E photos:

Row 19, seats ABC:


Row 22, seats ABC - no window is of note:


19F:
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Old Jan 14, 13, 1:08 am
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Old Jan 14, 13, 3:53 am
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I've updated the a/c links with new thread - http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/delta...ng-thread.html - glad to see these changes have begun!

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Old Feb 10, 13, 2:14 am
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767-300ER (G) Exit Row

76G Exit Row - 20AB:


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Old Feb 10, 13, 2:16 am
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767-300ER(G) - Bulkhead

Row 20 - CDE:

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Old Feb 19, 13, 11:49 am
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Hi All,

I've updated the dl.com links that changed with the site "upgrade."

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Old Feb 23, 13, 10:15 pm
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Hi everyone, I am new to this FlyerTalk forum. I will be travel on Delta from ATL to HNL this summer. I paid and extra 119 dollars each way to travel in EC on their A330-300 aircraft. I was wondering if this is worth it. I'm not a medallion member. What do you guys and gals think? Price justify the extra comfort? This is my first time paying and traveling in EC section on any of their aircraft's. My questions is the power ports. Since this will be about a 9 hour flight, I will be using my IPad and laptop to keep me entertained. Is it a 3 prong receptacle or just a two prong receptacle they have in the seats and is it in each seat or just one where two passengers will have to share? I will be taking a surge protector with 3 A/C outlets and 1 USB port. Thank you.
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Old Feb 23, 13, 10:22 pm
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Originally Posted by mobile19 View Post
Hi everyone, I am new to this FlyerTalk forum. I will be travel on Delta from ATL to HNL this summer. I paid and extra 119 dollars each way to travel in EC on their A330-300 aircraft. I was wondering if this is worth it. I'm not a medallion member. What do you guys and gals think? Price justify the extra comfort? This is my first time paying and traveling in EC section on any of their aircraft's. My questions is the power ports. Since this will be about a 9 hour flight, I will be using my IPad and laptop to keep me entertained. Is it a 3 prong receptacle or just a two prong receptacle they have in the seats and is it in each seat or just one where two passengers will have to share? I will be taking a surge protector with 3 A/C outlets and 1 USB port. Thank you.
http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/delta...t-seating.html

I'm not certain a surge protector will work....I do not know all of the techie stuff, but they only push a limited amount of power. It is a 3-prong outlet.
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Old Feb 23, 13, 10:40 pm
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I'm not certain a surge protector will work....I do not know all of the techie stuff, but they only push a limited amount of power. It is a 3-prong outlet.
Thanks on the 3 prong. Do you know if each seat has it's own receptacle? The worst it can happen that it won't charge or power multiple devices.
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Old Feb 24, 13, 9:20 am
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Thanks on the 3 prong. Do you know if each seat has it's own receptacle? The worst it can happen that it won't charge or power multiple devices.
I'm not sure on the A333. .perhaps someone knows.
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Old Apr 23, 13, 8:57 am
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A330 Updates

Say Hello to the Reinvented A330!

If you have experienced our recently upgraded 747 BusinessElite cabin, you may be in for some déjà-vu. We are proud to show off a few pictures of the first flat-bed A330-300 to enter service, ship 3301. This development means that we now have flat-beds flying on every wide-body fleet type. Our 777s, 747s, and 767-400ERs have been completed and our 767-300ERs are well underway. Our entire A330 fleet will be completed by summer 2014.

BusinessElite:
•34 seats in a 1 x 2 x 1configuration
•Seats are angled toward the windows at outboard locations and toward each other in the center
•New seats are wider than those they replace
•180º fully flat bed (bed length is 78-80”)
•Direct aisle access with no rear-facing or middle seats
•Electronic seat controls with adjustable lumbar support
•110v AC in-seat power + USB power
•Adjustable personal LED reading light

Economy Comfort:
•32 seats at 35” pitch & 6” recline in a 2 x 4 x 2 layout
•“Slim-line” seat provides more personal space
•6-way adjustable headrests
•110v AC in-seat power + USB power

Economy:
•227 seats at 31-32” pitch and 4” recline in 2 x 4 x 2 layout
•“Slim-line” seat provides more personal space
•6-way adjustable headrests
•USB power

On Demand Entertainment:
•15.4” screens in BusinessElite; 9” screens in Economy Comfort & Economy
•350 films
•130 hours of TV
•95 hours of premium programming from HBO & Showtime
•5,000 digital songs
•27 games
•Moving map

Cabin Enhancements:
•New BusinessElite lavatories
•Updated carpet color – a darker, richer shade of blue
•New bulkhead “Sky Diamond” laminates reminiscent of the Sky Club backwall
•Redesigned Economy Comfort & Economy seat covers with additional comfort padding
•New placards and signage.
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